The Cape Neddick Lighthouse received its nickname from its location on a
little island, or “nubble”, just off Cape Neddick. Built in 1879, the tower is
forty-one feet tall, but the light is eighty-eight feet above sea level due to
its location atop a rocky cliff. An enclosed passageway connects the tower to
the dwelling. Nubble Light is considered by many to be an outstanding example
of a picturesque lighthouse.
Note: the quilt pictured above was sewn by a customer