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Home > Visit a Gateway > Concord Point Lighthouse
Concord Point Lighthouse - Havre de Grace, MD
Directions: The lighthouse is located in the Town of Havre De Grace, MD in Concord Point Park at Concord and Lafayette Streets.

From Interstate 95: Exit at interchange 89 onto State Route 155 (Level Road) and go east about 2.8 miles to US Route 40 (Pulaski Highway). Turn right and go about 0.1 mile to State Route 7 (Otsego Street) and turn left. Follow Route 7 about 0.5 miles until it turns right onto South Freedom Lane at the railroad tracks underpass. Follow South Freedom Lane about 0.6 miles to Revolution Street and then turn left onto Revolution. Go to the end (about 0.4 miles) and turn right onto Concord Street. Go 3 blocks and the Concord Point Lighthouse will be on your left. Parking is on the street.

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Physical Address: Concord Point Lighthouse
Concord & Lafayette Streets
Havre de Grace, MD 21078
Mailing Address: Concord Point Lighthouse
Friends of Concord Pt. Lighthouse
P. O. Box 212
Havre de Grace, MD 21078
Visitor Phone: (410) 939-3213
Website: http://www.concordpointlighthouse.org

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