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not a lot to see.It is a very small lighthouse on a small piece of an an Island (I think) but it does an important job and shows everyone that RI has a great part in the history of the Ocean. Thus we are the...More
I had performed a quick Internet search of light houses in the Newport area and this was listed among them. It is a small lighthouse visible from the road between some houses on a cul-de-sac. The way I organize my trip was to view the...More
The current lighthouse dates back to 1842, making it one of the older ones in the state. It sits at the northern end of Goat Island, not far from Pell Bridge, and is hard to spot unless you’re on the causeway to Goat Island or...More
After crossing the Jamestown Verrazano bridge over to Rhode Island and encountered a magnificent view of the yachts and boats around us, we could only just park to have a better sight. We found ourselves with a scenic panorama that included the light house. Also...More
The Goat Island Light House is on a tiny Island in the Narragansett Bay which can be reached by bridge. A large hotel over -shadows the diminutive light house. However, it is still worth seeing the lighthouse up close if you are in the area....More
The lighthouse is historic, but well maintained. It is on the grounds of the Hyatt Hotel on Goat Island in Newport, Rhode Island. You can walk up to -- but not go into the lighthouse). Stand on the approach to Goat Island at Storer Park...More