Gilbert Cove Lighthouse is a 1904 gem of a building sitting out on the tip of Gilbert Point fronting Saint Mary's Bay and Digby Neck in the Bay of Fundy. The postcard-like lighthouse likes to go by the name of "The Greatest Little Lighthouse in Canada". in 1990 Gilbert’s Cove Lighthouse was recognized as a Provincial Heritage Site.
Gilbert Cove Lighthouse adventures, and activities most enjoyed include sightseeing, beachcombing, swimming, gifting, photography and picnicking.
Because it is "The Greatest Little Lighthouse in Canada". It is beautiful and the setting is spectacular but you can't help to wonder what the other 250 or so "postcard" lighthouses think about that?
The more important features, amenities, services and exhibits located in and around Gilbert Cove Lighthouse includes a gift store, museum, artifacts, tea room, picnic area, green space, and a rocky beach (sandy beach if the tide is low).