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The Seacoast is home to a number of historic lighthouses that grace the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouses, found in both Maine and New Hampshire, range from the easy-to-find (the Nubble) to the hard-to-see (Boon Island). Lighthouse Information: The book "Lighthouses of Maine and New Hampshire."
Lighthouse Address Phone More Info
New Castle, N.H.
New Castle Lighthouse U.S. Coast Guard station, Portsmouth Harbor, New Castle   Description
Portsmouth, N.H.
Jerry's Point Lifesaving Station Portsmouth Harbor   Description
White Island, N.H.
Isles of Shoals Lighthouse Off the Portsmouth/Rye Beach coast, six miles from shore   Description
Boon Island, ME
Boon Island Lighthouse Nearly 6 miles southeast of York Beach   Description
Cape Neddick, ME
The Nubble Lighthouse On the Nubble Island, located off Route 1A in York Beach   Description
The Whaleback Lighthouse Nestled in Maine waters, on the northeast side of Portsmouth Harbor   Description