Long Eddy Lighthouse, nicknamed "The Whistle", is located on the northern tip of Grand Manan Island overlooking the Bay of Fundy. The 1873 concrete lighthouse was originally a fog alarm until 1966. Today it is recognized as a national heritage site.
Long Eddy Lighthouse adventures, and activities most enjoyed at the lighthouse includes sightseeing, picnicking, and birding (birdwatching).
Of all the lighthouses on Grand Manan Island the Long Eddy Lighthouse has the best viewing platform of all. The lighthouse provides far reaching views overlooking the Bay of Fundy.
A few of the more popular highlights, amenities and services located at the Long Eddy Lighthouse are the viewing deck, and information signs.