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Visited here as we drove around Nova Scotia. Spent a pleasant time climbing to the top and listening to a former lighthouse keeper's son describe a saving situation he undertook.
Possibly a good stop for those driving and needing a break.
By the way the...More
Tiny little light house in a tiny little park. Nice place to rest & watch the Terns fishing or the salvage yard across the way deconstruct a ship (at least that's what we got to see). You can go to the top and it is...More
What an absolutely beautiful location. Found at the end of an older neighborhood with beautifully kept homes. The views are amazing and the history is great. The lighthouse itself is very quaint and now serves as a tourist site with the added bonus of snacks...More
We spent a short time here. We walked from the town centre tothis park, about 15 minutes. The lady at the light house was very friendly. It was nice to climb up to the light and blow the fog horn. We just had a coffee...More
Visiting a lighthouse that you can actually climb to the top is quite a treat! One of Nova Scotia's remaining wooden lighthouses with such wonderful history, is open for all to enjoy and experience! Another fantastic reason to visit Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Thank you for...More