Bricks & PlaquesEnsure our legacy by adding yours
Support the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse with an Engraved Brick
Purchase a brick on the Pathway and add your legacy to the history of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse! The Pathway to History refers to the path leading from the History Museum to the base of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. The Pathway to History project started with a goal to replace the asphalt pathway with engraved paver bricks. There are two types to choose from: Lighthouse Legacy Bricks and Patriot Bricks honoring our military service men and women.
Lighthouse Legacy Bricks
Participation in this project offers you a unique opportunity to become a part of our “Lighthouse Legacy” by placing your family name, message or remembrance on our well-traveled pathway. If your family roots date prior to 1945, you are eligible for the Pioneer section, which is at the beginning of the pathway (please mark the form). To order bricks, please fill out the form below and mail it in with your payment. If ordering multiple bricks, fill in one form for each order.
Choose a Patriot Brick with insignia of the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or Merchant Marines to commemorate your hero. To order bricks, please fill in out the form below and mail it in with your payment. If ordering multiple bricks, fill in one form for each order.
Lighthouse Commemorative Anniversary Plaques
In 2010 we celebrated 150 years of our landmark Lighthouse! Now you can celebrate with a specially engraved plaque marker at the Lighthouse Deck. There’s just a limited amount left.
It has been Jupiter’s silent sentry since 1860, standing tall and beaming its beacon seaward through a Civil War, two world wars and countless hurricanes. Now here’s your opportunity to become a part of the beautiful plaque erected in the shadow of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse to memorialize our beloved lighthouse for another 150 years—and hopefully beyond.
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is operated by the Loxahatchee River Historical Society, managing partner in the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area.
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