Point Abino Lighthouse

Not your average lighthouse

Located on the rocky north shore of Lake Erie, the Port Abino Lighthouse has attracted travelers and marine history enthusiasts for decades.

Constructed in 1918, it was decommissioned eighty years later and has since been designated as a Classified Heritage Building. Its unusual architecture is a must-see for any visitor to the region.

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Point Abino Lighthouse, Point Abino Rd S, Fort Erie, ON, Canada

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Ranked #12 of 18 things to do in Fort Erie

801hollyr

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Drove to see Abino Lighthouse to find out it's on private property and you can only see it at a certain time which when I went it was 3pm. It's a Mile hike in and a mile hike back. Can't understand...

Ricky S

Oakville, Canada

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We went to the lighthouse in August 2018 and were delighted to learn that the old gal is being moved to the Waterfront Park near the Palmwood Bar and Restaurant. Apparently someone saw an episode of...

RMG_Toronto

Toronto, Canada

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I was not aware of this magnificent lighthouse until a year ago when I was checking out some other information about the surrounding area. I had my first chance to visit it this summer. Fortunately...

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