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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse


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Completed in 1887 the Ponce Inlet Light Station and museum is a National Historic Landmark and one of the last complete large light stations remaining in the U.S. Visitors can climb 203 steps to the top of the tower for a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean, inlet and inland waters. The lighthouse remains a working private aid to navigation to this day. The light station allows visitors the opportunity to climb the lighthouse and tour the historic keepers dwellings containing exhibits on lighthouse history, the US Life Saving Service, Fresnel Lenses, Lighthouses for Airplanes, and much more. A unique nautical gift shop is on site.

  • Activities:
  • Educational Sessions Available,
  • Amenities:
  • Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Multilingual Services Available
  • Average Visit Time:
  • 1 - 2 hours,


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Museum at Night

October 09, 2015 - October 10, 2015
This event began as a national campaign, in the United Kingdom, that sought to encourage visitors into museums, galleries and heritage sites by simply opening up late or putting on a special evening event. Join us at the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse for “Museum at Night” an evening steeped in Lighthouse and maritime history. Climb the largest lighthouse in Florida and see the magnificent twilight view from 175 feet up. In celebration of our wonderful educators, all teachers who show their current school ID will have free admission to the Lighthouse this evening. Please arrive promptly at 6:00 pm to insure that you have time to participate in all th ...Read More>> activities. To find these activities and much more visit our website at Read Less


Biketoberfest at the Lighthouse

October 15, 2015 - October 18, 2015
Visit the lighthouse, tour the historical museums, learn about lighthouse life over 100 years ago and climb the largest tower in Florida.

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