Come and see the Beach Canal Light Station, which comprises a 17-metre tall (55-foot) tapered, circular, stone tower with an iron lantern, both completed in 1858, and an adjacent keeper's cottage built in 1857. The lighthouse, built by contractor John Brown, was modelled on the six imperial towers that he constructed on Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.
Contact info1155 Beach Blvd.
ArchitectureYear built: 1858 (lighthouse); 1857 (keeper’s cottage)
Building type:Historical house
Architect: John Brown (contractor)
Dates/hours openMay 07, 10:00am - May 08, 04:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.