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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

1,103 Reviews
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Raegan L wrote a review Dec. 2020
Lakeland, Florida604 contributions9 helpful votes
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Wow is this place awesome, I could not more highly recommend! Going up into the lighthouse is so rad. You are still currently required to wear a mask the whole time, so I was a little worried that it would be absolutely miserable and I would feel like I’m dying a little bit. But, it actually wasn’t too bad climbing up to the top! And they take groups of around 15 people at a time, so you can rest if you want to and you won’t get in anyone’s way. And the view at the top- holy cow, so cool!! Just absolutely beautiful and mesmerizing, there’s something so different about being able to stand at the top of such a large, cool, historic structure and see all around you for miles and miles. There are a lot of other little houses and parts of the museum as well where you can read more about this lighthouse and area. I found it so fascinating how Jupiter used to literally be no mans land out in the middle of nowhere and to then think of what it’s become today, it’s pretty crazy. Such a gorgeous little area, it’s even nice just to sit in the gardens and enjoy the day, definitely come here if you have the chance! It’s an experience not like many others! (They do also have a small gift shop and bathrooms near the lighthouse)
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Taylor200 wrote a review Dec. 2020
West Palm Beach, Florida521 contributions86 helpful votes
This was $12 person but lowers for vets, seniors and kids. It is worth every dollar. The view up top is awesome. You can see the inlet meeting the ocean and the surrounding homes, boats etc. There is a historic house on site from the 1890’s. All of the tour guides were very friendly.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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TheCovertCritic wrote a review Nov. 2020
Apex, North Carolina410 contributions373 helpful votes
This is an attractive, well landscaped lighthouse and the climb is not too difficult as it is elevated on a hill and comparatively small. Only a limited number of people are allowed to climb at one time so there can be a wait if a group has already left to climb. There is a docent at the top who can answer questions as well as a guide at the base who explains the procedure. Buy tickets at the gift shop before walking up to the base of the lighthouse. There is a small museum that explains how the keepers lived. Senior discounts. Veterans enter free right now.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Lukafio wrote a review Nov. 2020
Livermore, California70 contributions5 helpful votes
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The grounds are well kept and the staff very friendly. You can hear their smiles behind their masks. Walk the trails and enjoy the historical notes. Then climb the 100+ steps to take in a view that is a must to experience. Pictures do not do it justice.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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abqsage wrote a review Oct. 2020
Fort Myers, Florida1,169 contributions132 helpful votes
A very interesting and lovely place to visit! We we had had more time to do the climb, but the lighthouse is very attractive and historic, and we enjoyed our time there. Hope we can come back again another day to spend more time there.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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