Head Harbour Lighthouse, also known as East Quoddy Lighthouse, was built in 1829 to help ships navigate the fog and rocky base of Fundy Bay. The second oldest lighthouse in the province, Head Harbour sits on the eastern tip of Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada. Known to be the most photographed lighthouse in the world, this red-and-white-striped wooden lighthouse draws scores of visitors each year.
Getting to the lighthouse is an adventure in and of itself since it can only be accessed when it is low tide. Lighthouse visitors should be sure to make time to visit the keeper's house as well as the interior of the lighthouse itself. Head Harbour Lighthouse is open to visitors from May to October, and guides are available to assist guests early June to late August.
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