Concord Point Lighthouse Virtual Guided Tour and Scavenger Hunt

We are excited to announce our new virtual scavenger hunt here at the lighthouse! This scavenger hunt is available through the ARIS app for iPhones. The scavenger hunt only works in person. To access it, simply download the ARIS app, scan the QR code on the flyer and make a username. The flyers are located on the Keeper’s House fence on Lafayette Street. It takes up to 30 minutes and is for all ages. See the flyers below for more information.

The flyer above explains how to start the scavenger hunt. The flyer below has tips for how to use the app.

The flyer below explains how to access our survey. All responses are greatly appreciated.


New virtual tour! We now have a virtual guided tour of the lighthouse and keeper’s house grounds! This tour is available through the app GeoTourist and is available for Apple and Android devices. The tour consists of 8 points that have text, images, and audio information about each aspect of Concord Point’s history. See the flyer below for how to access the tour. There is also a sign by the scavenger hunt signs on the corner of Concord and Lafayette Streets.


Hours of Operation


The Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop will be opening on May 1st, 2021 from 11 am until 6 pm to celebrate Defender's Day.

From May 2nd through October 31st our hours will be:

Saturday 10 am - 2 pm.

Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm.

We anticipate opening the Lighthouse to visitors in July or August, the exact time will be announced at a later date.


We ask that visitors please practice social distancing and masks are a must.

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.

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

Free Admission.

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