Fort Point Museum is at 100 Fort Point Rd. (Hwy. 331). A lighthouse contains the museum for Fort Sainte-Marie-de-Grâce National Historic Site, which commemorates both the first landing of permanent settlers under Issac de Razilly, lieutenant general of Acadia, and the first capital of New France in Acadia.
Historical artifacts document those early settlements and the subsequent history of the area. The lighthouse offers majestic views of the surrounding bays and countryside.