While visiting Maryland, treat yourself to the beauty of seeing all of the lighthouses. You will find the Baltimore Harbor Lighthouse which is the beacon that marks the entry point of the Baltimore Channel. It was the world’s first nuclear powered lighthouse in 1964 and it is also a lighthouse that sits in the water and not on land.
Another great Maryland Baltimore Harbor Lighthouse is the Piney Point this lighthouse was named for the trees that line the shoreline on the Potomac, it was also a great nature get-away for President Monroe.
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Another great Maryland Baltimore Harbor Lighthouse is Point Lookout, this lighthouse came with a lot of turmoil over land price and who would run it. It marks the north entrance of the Potomac River, it’s not tall like most lighthouses. The beacon sits on top of a two story building.
The 7 Foot Knoll Lighthouse is a unique Maryland Baltimore Harbor Lighthouse that sits at the mouth of the Patapsco River. It is a screw-pile type lighthouse, which means that it is easily assembled. Pieces for the lighthouses can be taken to their destination and put together. There are so many more lighthouses to see in Maryland and each one is unique.