Long Point Lighthouse
Long Point Lighthouse, one of the most photographed landmarks on the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland, is located at Crow Head, Twillingate. More than 300 feet above sea level, this is a lookout point where thousands of visitors every year enjoy the panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean with the possibility of viewing icebergs, whales, seals and sea birds.
Once operated by several full-time lighthouse keepers, it guided ships safely on foggy and stormy nights. Today, the lighthouse is still operational but is now operated by only one lighthouse keeper year-round.
Visit Long Point Centre where exhibits tell the stories of the culture and history of the people of Twillingate. Starting in July 2012, the Long Point Lighthouse will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and feature a Titanic exhibit.
Local Phone: 709-884-5408
262 Main St. Crow Head, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0
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