East Point Lighthouse
The East Point Lighthouse was the 10th lighthouse constructed on PEI. It was built in 1867, and has the distinction of being the only Lighthouse in Canada that was built the same year as Confederation that is still in operation today. It stands at the most easterly tip of the Island at an impressive 64’ high and the view from the tower is incomparable.
Watch the sun rise, see the three turbulent tides meet over the reef, and count the many species of birds commonly spotted in the sky.
Take a tour to the top of the Light, drop in to the on-site café, and browse a while in the well-stocked gift shop.
Built in 1880, Souris East Lighthouse is a wood constructed tower overlooking the town of Souris.In 1991 Frank McIntosh, the last lighthouse keeper on PEI retired from the Souris East Light.
The historic lighthouse now houses an interpretive centre with the history of seaglass, the lighthouse, the port of Souris and the Town of Souris. A nautical gift shop and washrooms have been added to the premises. Open June 1, 2016 -September 30, 2016.