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Why is it important to preserve lighthouses?

Lighthouses are living history. They are a glimpse into our nation’s past when the only means of effective transportation between distant places was by water. When a lighthouse disappears, a piece of our heritage is lost forever. People need to see and touch objects from the past in order to really understand where we are today.

Concord Point Lighthouse has been saved, but its future will only be ensured by your continued support and concern. Everyone can help by making a gift to the Friends. Your donations go directly towards the preservation and restoration of the Lighthouse

Ways to Donate

  • Make a one-time donation (send check to address below)
  • Memorials to honor loved ones
  • Bequests in your trust or will

Please contact us for more information on memorials or bequests at 410-939-3213.

Your Donation Helps!

Every contribution helps us tremendously, and 100% of your donation goes toward preservation of the lighthouse and keeper’s house. Online donations are now available through Square using the link below.

Make a Donation

If you prefer, you may send a check for any amount to:

Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse
PO Box 212
Havre de Grace, MD 21078

Be sure to include a note with your check if you’d like to make your donation in honor of a loved one.

Thank you in advance for your generous support!

*The Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse is a registered non-profit organization for tax purposes.

Words of Wisdom

Concord Point Lighthouse on Fourth of July“Nothing indicates the liberality, prosperity or intelligence of a nation more clearly than the facilities which it affords for the safe approach of the mariner to its shores.”

-Report of the Lighthouse Board, 1868


Hours of Operation


The Lighthouse and Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop are open!

From August through October our hours will be:

Saturday 10 am - 2 pm.

Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm.


On Saturday, September 18th, due to Relay for Life, Concord and Lafayette Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic. The Lighthouse and Keeper's House will be open 10am - 2pm.

On Saturday, September 25th and Sunday, September 26th, due to the Susquehanna Wine and Seafood Festival, Concord Point Lighthouse will be closed. The Keeper's House Museum will be open to the public during regular weekend hours.

On Saturday, October 2nd, due to the Maritime Museum's Autumn-Fest, Concord and Lafayette Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic. The Lighthouse and Keeper's House will be open 10am - 2pm.


We ask that visitors please practice social distancing. Masks are no longer required in the Lighthouse and Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop, but visitors are encouraged to wear masks in both locations. Masks and sanitizer are available at both the Lighthouse and Keeper's House.

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

Free Admission.

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