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The Bay of Fundy has tides rising as much as 16.3 meters (53ft) over a 12-hour period twice each day. The site has great views of the natural phenomenon.
There have been three lighthouses over 180 years. The first was built in 1838 and was operational by 1840. The second was built in 1869 after the first was worn out in 1868. The original lighthouse was converted into the keeper's residence. The third lighthouse, built in 1904, remains standing. It was the first square lighthouse in the province and is New Brunswick's oldest lighthouse.