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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

500 Captain Armour's Way, Jupiter, FL 33469-3508
+1 561-747-8380
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This majestic lighthouse still shines its beacon over the Atlantic coast. It sits snugged back... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2017
Janet F
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Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Climb to the top for amazing views!

Very interesting tour of the Jupiter Lighthouse. We began in the museum and spent about an hour... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2017
Julie C
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Grand Marais, Minnesota
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Located in Lighthouse Park, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum offers guided climbing tours of the landmark 1860 lighthouse. The Museum (restored WWII building) exhibits Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee and outdoor exhibits include the Oil House & Keepers Workshop Exhibit, Tindall Pioneer Homestead, and Seminole Chickee. Enjoy shopping our nautical Museum gift shop and check online for our adult and children’s programs, sunset & moonrise tours, weddings & proposals, and special events. Waterfront venue is perfect for nature and boat watching and a picnic lunch! Hiking trail and observation tower are located on the north side of Beach Road. Beaches, restaurants, shopping, playground & watersports are located nearby. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the 120-acre federally designated, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Hours: Open Tues-Sun, (7 days a week Jan-Apr), 10 am – 5 pm, last lighthouse tour.
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500 Captain Armour's Way, Jupiter, FL 33469-3508
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

This majestic lighthouse still shines its beacon over the Atlantic coast. It sits snugged back along the Jupiter Inlet. The museum and lighthouse is open for tours daily from 10-4. We were lucky enough to catch a full moon this weeknd and they offered a...More

Thank Janet F
Reviewed 9 February 2017

Very interesting tour of the Jupiter Lighthouse. We began in the museum and spent about an hour looking through the displays, reading the placards, and watching the movie (if you watch the movie before the tour you have an advantage during the tour). The tour...More

Thank Julie C
Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

A guided tour with plenty of history and plenty to see. Good value for money and pretty interesting. Worth a visit.

Thank Racingjohn789
Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

Beautiful lighthouse and grounds. Old coast guard building houses the museum where you can see old pics of the area and the read about the history of the tequesta Indians. Small group tours are available. Definitely worth the stop for the views and the history...More

Thank stacym324
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

Nice place to visit. You pay for a tour which is $12 per adult and $6 for children. There's a small museum that's included in that price. You go on the tour and learn a little about the area and the history of it. Then...More

Thank Anna D
Reviewed 8 February 2017

The light house is interesting and the walk up the stairs is easy. There is a railing on one side and the steps are wide all the way to the top. The views are good at that height. What makes this visit different is the...More

Thank Anna S
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Not what I would have expected, but really enjoyed. Informative current and historical information. Tour guide was a good speaker. Loved the views of course. Go, bring your walking shoes.

Thank Lauri G
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Nice place and beautiful. I also had the opportunity to see from the water channel which makes the view even greater.

Thank JuniorCamargoJr
Reviewed 6 February 2017

This was a fun and interesting thing to do and see in Jupiter. The guide was extremely knowledgeable. We enjoyed climbing up to the top even though our quads hurt for a couple of days afterward! Beautiful view from the top. The little gift shop...More

Thank LaurieN875
Reviewed 6 February 2017

The tour was really cool and fun walking up all the stairs to see the beautiful view and you get great pictures was amazing!!!

Thank HollySpringsGirl
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Lorraine B
1 October 2017|
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Response from LighthouseStaff | Property representative |
Children must be a minimum of 48" tall to climb the Lighthouse. Thanks for contacting us.
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Lonna S
30 December 2016|
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Response from WeBeenThereDoneThat | Reviewed this property |
About a dozen dollars, which is a contribution to keep the lighthouse and grounds....
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Gail J
15 August 2015|
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Response from LighthouseStaff | Property representative |
The historic 1860 Lighthouse does not have a ramp. However, the Museum, grounds, Tindall Pioneer Homestead, and Lighthouse Deck and Keeper's Workshop are. We also have video, printed materials at the Museum and deck. This... More
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