Group Tours


Discover the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum with your family, scout troop, camp, or organization. We offer both self-guided tours via our exclusive smartphone app and expert-led tours through the Lighthouse, its outdoor displays, and the historical surroundings. For bookings, especially for groups of 15 or more, reach out to us directly. Our site is accessible to all visitors, including those with disabilities, and offers complimentary bus parking. For further details on ensuring a safe visit for everyone, please consult our access information page. If you’re looking for accommodations or dining options nearby, don’t hesitate to ask for recommendations.

To schedule a group with a minimum of 15 people, please contact us. The grounds and outdoor exhibits are ADA accessible and bus parking is free. For more information about visitor safety, please head to our accessibility page. Please ask us if you need hotel or restaurant recommendations.

Our Facility Offers

Onsite ADA Accessible Restroom Facilities

Restrooms are conveniently located near the entrance and gift shop area. Please note, there are no restroom facilities adjacent to the Lighthouse itself. We advise all guests to use these amenities before embarking on their tour of the Lighthouse. 

Picnic Area

Please be aware that there are NO picnic tables available on the premises. Guests are advised to secure their belongings in their vehicles and out of sight during their tour. We also request that guests refrain from wearing wet clothing or swimsuits inside the historic buildings. If your visit includes plans for swimming or water-related activities at the ONA, please schedule these after your tour of the Lighthouse.

Indoor & Outdoor Exhibits

Explore the climate-controlled Tindall Pioneer Home and Keeper’s Workshop for an indoor learning experience. Outdoor attractions include the Lighthouse itself, the Seminole Chickee, the Tindall Pioneer Homestead (grounds), and the Lighthouse Deck, all of which are subject to weather conditions. Please note, the museum exhibit showcasing Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee is temporarily closed due to preparations for the US 1 Bridge construction.