Long Point Lighthouse, Twillingate

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Long Point Lighthouse is an active Canadian lighthouse located outside Crow Head on North Twillingate Island off the northeast coast of Newfoundland. The lighthouse, completed in 1876, attracts thousands of tourists each year and is historic to the town of Twillingate.KeepersSamuel Roberts 1875–1893 R.E. Roberts 1893–1896 R.S. Roberts 1897–1912 John and George Roberts 1932-? Edgar Sharpe 1952–1980 Allan Roberts 1969–1984 Barry Porter 1984-1988 and 2003-? Jack May 1988–2004
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  • You will enjoy the rugged, ocean and cliff views as much as this attractive little lighthouse. Several trails lead from the lighthouse from which you can view the spectacular scenery. 
  • One of my favourite spots in Twillingate, great little hike and the views are spectacular! Great for pictures and just gazing at the wide open ocean as far as the eye can see. It was really windy when...  read more »
  • The lighthouse closed after Labour Day, so it was only possible to view it from the outside and to view the sea cliffs behind it. There were a number of hiking trails leading from the lighthouse or th...  read more »
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