is the restoration, preservation, and maintenance of both
The Plymouth Light Station and Duxbury Pier Light. We are
a non-profit organization that encourages public awareness
and support of these unique historic monuments
to our nautical past.
Plymouth Light, along with a Keeper's cottage and Fort Andrew, is part of
Plymouth Light Station and is located 3.8 nautical miles northeast of
Duxbury Pier Light was built in 1871 on the north side of the main channel
in Plymouth Harbor to mark the dangerous shoal off Saquish Head.
Project Gurnet & Bug Lights is a non-profit organization formed in 1983 with the mission of the restoration, preservation, and maintenance of both the Plymouth Light Station and Duxbury Pier Light.
Overlooking Plymouth and Cape Cod Bay, The Keeper’s Cottage is a beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 full bath house that can sleep 14. It also features more land than any comparable waterfront property.
Support for PG&BL preservation efforts come from donations, renting the Keeper’s Cottage and volunteers who have provided their time to help repair, restore and maintain the lighthouses and the Keeper’s Cottage.
To almost every man and woman there is something about a lighted beacon which suggests hope and trust and appeals to the better instincts of all mankind.
– Edward Rowe Snow
Famous Lighthouses of New England, 1945
PG&BL’s monthly meetings are held at the Duxbury Senior Center, 10 Mayflower Street, Duxbury. All are welcome!
If you are interested in joining us at a meeting, please email Dolly at dolly at buglight.org for more information about scheduling.