The Prescott Lighthouse, also known as the Prescott Rotary Lighthouse, is located along the St. Lawrence River waterfront of downtown Prescott. It was built in 1900 and used as a war material manufacturing building during World War II. The unique thing about this lighthouse is that it seems like a regular lighthouse from afar, but as you get closer, you will notice a store on the ground floor.
Surprisingly, there is an ice cream store that serves a variety of ice cream flavours! Visitors can grab an ice cream cone by the waterfront and learn more about the history behind this well-maintained lighthouse.
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