Oregons coastal lighthouses are visible links to the past-towering monuments to Oregons maritime heritage and the service of its light keepers. Although unoccupied since the arrival of modern technology, these classic structures remain as much a part of Oregons rugged coastal landscape as any land form or offshore monolith. All nine of Oregons surviving lighthouse stations have been added to the National Register of Historic Places, and seven are open for public viewing and regularly scheduled summer tours. They are admired by more than two and a half million visitors each year. Use this interactive app to learn where the nine Oregon Coast Lighthouses are located on a map and click on any annotation on the map to learn more about that particular lighthouse.
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