Nauset Light, officially Nauset Beach Light, is a restored lighthouse on the Cape Cod National Seashore near Eastham, Massachusetts, erected in 1923 using the 1877 tower that was moved here from the Chatham Light. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Location: Nauset Beach, Eastham, Massachusetts
Coordinates: 41°51′36.5″N 69°57′10.6″W
Constructed: 1838
Foundation: Concrete
Construction: Cast iron with brick lining
Tower height: 48 feet (15 m)
Tower shape: Conical
Markings: Upper red, lower white with black lantern
First lit - 1877 (current tower in Chatham)
1923 (current tower here)
Automated: 1955
Deactivated: 1996-97 now a private aid
Focal height: 120 feet (37 m)
Lens: 4th order Fresnel lens (original), Carlisle & Finch DB-224 (current)
Range: White 24 nautical miles (44 km; 28 mi), Red 20 nautical miles (37 km; 23 mi)
Characteristic: Alt white and red 10s
Fog signal: none.

I visited here on the 18th of August 2021 and on July 12 2022

The tower is open for tours every Sunday, May through October, as well as Tuesdays and Wednesdays in July and August. As hours vary, check the Nauset Light Preservation Society website .

The fourth-order Fresnel lens is on display at the national seashore's Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham.

The lighthouse is owned by the National Park Service and managed by Nauset Light Preservation Society. Grounds open, tower open during tours. Dwelling closed.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 15 1987

Access: Car