Cannon Returned


After more than a year of rehabilitation at the Maryland Conservation Lab, the War of 1812 cannon has been returned to Concord Point!  We are excited to have it back, especially with the burning of Havre de Grace Bicentennial next May 3.  The cannon marks the spot where John O’Neill singlehandedly fired on the British during their attack.  John O’Neill was our first light keeper, in part because of his heroics that day.

Come take your photo with the cannon today!

Link to article and video on The Patch here.


Hours of Operation


The Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop opened May 1st!

From May through October our hours will be:

Saturday 10 am - 2 pm.

Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm.

The Lighthouse will be open to the public for visitors to climb to the top on weekends beginning August 7th, 2021.


We ask that visitors please practice social distancing. Masks are no longer required in the Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop.

At this time the lighthouse tower is not open to visitors. Concord Point Park is open so please visit and capture some great photos of the historic Concord Point Lighthouse. The lighthouse tower will reopen August 7th.

Located off of I-95, exit 89 between Baltimore and Philadelphia.

Free Admission.

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