Fodor's Expert Review Yaquina Bay Lighthouse

Newport Nautical Site/Lighthouse
Free

The state's oldest wooden lighthouse was only in commission for three years (1871–74), because it was determined that it was built in the wrong location. Today the well-restored lighthouse with a candy-apple top shines a steady white light from dusk to dawn. Open to the public, it is thought to be the oldest structure in Newport, and the only Oregon lighthouse with living quarters attached.

Nautical Site/Lighthouse Historical Views Free Family

Quick Facts

S.W. Government St. at S.W. Martin St.
Newport, Oregon  97365, USA

541-265–5679

www.yaquinalights.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, donations suggested, Late May–Sept., daily 11–4; Oct.–late May, daily noon–4

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