Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site

Cape Spear
 

Stark white Cape Spear Lighthouse pierces a sky swirling with seabirds atop a craggy headland. It overlooks a vast expanse of indigo ocean where glittering processions of icebergs glide by, Humpback whales breach and pods of porpoises send misty spouts into the Atlantic air. On North America’s most easterly point, historic Cape Spear Lighthouse, the oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland and Labrador, offers a glimpse into the lives of 19th century lighthouse keepers and their families.

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Amenities

Oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland and Labrador, EXPLORA GPS tour, art gallery, gift shop, visitor centre, washrooms, walking/hiking trails and wildlife, and lookout and viewing points, handicap access (with the exception of the lighthouse

Helpful Information

Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply. See website for detailed fees list

Contact Information

Blackhead Road / Route 11 , Cape Spear
47.5199, -52.6233 (Download GPX)
May 17 - Oct 12
+1 (888) 773 8888
+1 (709) 772 6709
+1 (709) 772 5367
+1 (709) 772 4734
+1 (709) 772 6388

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