Drove to this Light house and was very disappointed. It was very small and you could not go into it to view it . I will not go back to view it .Go to Peggys Cove to see a real light house..Stay away from this one.
A visit to Fort Point lighthouse takes up a pleasant half hour; it works well as an end-point for a walk from the centre of the town. It's free, the stairs inside are steep and there's a good view from the top. Best of all, you can give someone a scare by sounding the hand-held foghorn when they're not expecting... 更多
Fort Point Lighthouse is still a must see when visiting Liverpool. However, gone is the great array of local arts and crafts, a great loss. When I took visitors there in July they bought one loaf of bread and one pot of jam which came to well over $20, far too much, though I am sure it was very good.
We ended up here during an overnight stay in Liverpool, because pretty much everything else was closed at 5pm. Free admission, sweet girl staffing it with good tips about the area, and local map. The climb up to the light is steep but worth it for the view. Although someone should take the time to clean off the spiders from... 更多
Fort Point Lighthouse is worth stopping to see. Inside are some artifacts from days gone by. You can also climb a few stairs to look through windows facing the sea. It is small but the ti I suggest you take time to see this historic building. Lighthouses were so vital to the safety of mariners especially before the days of... 更多
This small area is well-preserved and a piece of Nova Scotia history. The gift shop has quaint items for sale. The views of the water and surrounding area are spectacular. There were benches for a nice place to sit to enjoy the beautiful views.
This lighthouse contains a small, interesting museum, free of entry, with a good film providing witness memories of the past. It is located in a lovely spot and is beautifully maintained. We experienced the extra bonus of seeing a beluga whale from the site.
We stumbled upon Liverpool and the nice woman at the visitor information building recommended a walk to the Lighthouse and nearby park. We were so glad that we did! This little, cute lighthouse is free and our whole family enjoyed it!