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Walk inside the white picket fence and step back in time. Maintained and operated by the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association, this beautiful facility represents one of the best preserved and most authentic historic light stations...more
All reviews light house gift shop daytona beach fresnel lenses worth the climb surrounding buildings climb the stairs afraid of heights lots of history self guided tour marine science center great history nice place to visit nature trail worth the trip on display tallest
Being from the Mountain State I never get to see lighthouses so I thought it was really nice also crossing the bridge in Daytona you can see it from afar lit up it's beautiful a little gift shop was nice and had great staff definitely...More
The museum grounds and buildings are magnificently restored. The stories of the lighthouse keepers and their families is amazing. The displays with the lighthouse lenses are extremely interesting. Climbing the lighthouse is an amazing experience and if you make it to the top and go...More
My selection choice of visit did not have a match so I chose friend which Is my sister/friend. A belated 70th Birthday celebration was planned for her. Reservations are required for an evening tour to watch the sun set and moonrise. Refreshments are served at...More
Went to the top and what a view. Not for the faint of heart but just great views. Enjoyed the self guided tour,you can pay for private, and the lens building was awesome. Definitely go at night to see it lite up even though it’s...More
The Lighthouse is beautiful and so is its history! There are several outbuildings that provide educational information of the history of how the lighthouse was built and the families that lived there. We chose not to climb the lighthouse but felt that we really didn’t...More
Spend some time at this historical landmark. Lots of displays depicting the history of the grounds, the services provided to the ships who navigated the waters, and the families who lived there. Climb the steps to the top for a birds eye view of the...More
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No there is not although we do have an wheel chair lift in our lens exhibit building that will take you up to the second floor observation platform where a mural of the south facing view from the top of the... More
No there is not although we do have an wheel chair lift in our lens exhibit building that will take you up to the second floor observation platform where a mural of the south facing view from the top of the lighthouse is located to provide those with disabilities the opportunity to see what the view is like from the top of the tower. The only lighthouse in the country with an elevator is the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse which is located on the north side of entrance to Charleston Harbor, SC. Unlike the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse which was first activated on November 1, 1887, the Sullivan Island Lighthouse was completed in the 1962, making it one of the nation's most modern lighthouses. Although it has an elevator, Sullivan's Island Lighthouse is not open to the public.