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Let us show you a little of the beautiful city where we live.

Havre de Grace is situated in Maryland, on the upper shores of Chesapeake Bay.

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Concord Point Lighthouse

One of the most interesting and unique historic structures in Havre de Grace is the Concord Point Lighthouse. It has served as a beacon for sailors and boaters in the Upper Chesapeake Bay for over 170 years. It is the oldest continuously operated lighthouse in the State of Maryland.

Called to schedule weddings, school groups and tours. The O'Neill House, the original keepers home, is being restored to its 1800's appearance and will eventually be open as a museum.

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A wonderful setting, and so easy to reach.

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The Decoy Museum

The Havre de Grace Decoy Museum celebrates a genuine American folk art. See the work of many recognized master carvers and backyard craftsmen of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Region. The heritage of decoy making is reflected in the hunting decoy and now in the ever popular decorative decoy carving. Contemporary decoy caners exhibit and demonstrate their craft every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year at the museum. The Havre de Grace Decoy Museum is a privately funded, non-profit organization which exists to document and interpret waterfowl as this art form applies to the heritage of Havre de Grace and the Chesapeake Bay.

We hope that you enjoyed your brief tour of our city,use the links we provide on our link page to learn more about Havre de Grace and the surrounding area, and please look through the rest of our website

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