About This New England
Lighthouse Tourism Website

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Welcome to my website "New England Lighthouses and Local Coastal Attractions," your resource guide to discovering New England's coastal communities through its beacons.

Feel free to contact me anytime. alwood@nelights.com

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Your New England Lighthouse
Research Page

For lighthouse hunters, you will find not only professional lighthouse photos, boat tours, and historical stories showcasing the nearly 170 lighthouses in New England, but also plenty of information about attractions near lighthouses you can visit while you're in the area.

There's plenty of helpful information for anyone visiting this website.

 

More Lighthouse Resources

On the left side you'll find additional links to other valuable resources as you visit New England and its lighthouses. These include:

  • Contact information to New England lighthouse chapters under the American Lighthouse Foundation
  • Directions to all the New England lighthouses you can drive or take a ferry to see
  • Lighthouse boat cruises and tours to your favorite lighthouses, including ferries to islands.
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New England Lighthouses

 

Check out my new books!

My book, Lighthouses and Coastal Attractions of Southern New England: Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, provides special human interest stories from each of the 92 lighthouses, along with plenty of indoor and outdoor coastal attractions and tours you can explore. You'll find additional info on sailing and whale watching tours, special parks and museums, and coastal attractions off the beaten path.

Look inside!

 

My 300-page book, Lighthouses and Coastal Attractions of Northern New England: New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont, published by Schiffer Publishing, provides human interest stories from each of the 76 lighthouses, along with the coastal attractions and tours near each beacon, and contact info to plan your special trips. You'll find additional info on windjammer sailing and whale watching tours, special parks and museums, unique attractions, and haunted lighthouse stories.

Look inside!


 

Come back often as this site is always a work in progress with more lighthouse stories, photos, and additional local attractions.

 

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