Grave’s Light, Boston Light, Long Island Head Light
Come discover the history behind the Boston Harbor lighthouses. These lighthouses are placed on some of the most beautiful settings – near beaches, on rock bluffs, or just surrounded by beautiful ocean views. Some lighthouses are not open to the public, so make sure to research which lighthouses you plan to visit beforehand. Although some lighthouses are closed, their beauty can still be enjoyed from a distance.
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Boston Massachusetts Lighthouses
Grave’s Light Winthrop: located at the entrance to Broad Sound Channel and at the outer edge of Boston Harbor, the lighthouse was built in 1905.
Boston Light Boston: On Little Brewster Island in the outer section of Boston Harbor this lighthouse was built in 1783. Made out of stone with brick lining the tower sits at 89 feet tall.
Long Island Head Light Boston: located on Long Island in Boston Harbor this lighthouse is not open to the public and is best seen by boat. Built in 1901 the stucture is 52 feet tall and made from brick.