Hours, Ticket Prices, Directions

Welcome to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Florida’s Lighthouses are some of the finest in the country and the active aid to navigation at Jupiter is no exception! Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum offers climbing tours of the landmark 1860 Jupiter Light, exhibits in the waterfront History Museum located in the restored WWII Naval housing quarters building, programs, events and Museum Gift Shop.

Regular Hours

The Lighthouse is located inside a fenced area on restricted property. Access to the Lighthouse is by paid guided tour only through the Museum.

Closed July 4th. See regular hours below.

May – December

Open Tuesday – Sunday
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Closed Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

January – April

Open 7 Days a Week
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Closed New Year’s Day & Easter

Please allow 2 hours to visit site and trail. Tours leave approximately every 30 minutes throughout the day at the top and bottom of the hour. The last lighthouse tour begins at 4pm.

We are closed New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day. Periodically we may close early due to events. Hours are subject to change. Please visit our Calendar of Events for specific programs & events.

Tours may be delayed or cancelled due to weather restrictions including rain, lightning, thunder and high winds. If your tour is cancelled for weather related reasons, we will offer you a rain check or refund your admission price in the original form of payment. Please keep your receipt. Please note that bags of any kind, large purses, back packs, tripods, and selfie sticks are not permitted on tour. Additional access and security information is located on our Safety & Accessibility page.

Ticket Prices

The admissions desk is located in the museum gift shop. Regular admission includes Museum exhibits and a Lighthouse Guided Tour. Prices are subject to change.

For your safety, all persons must be able to climb unassisted and may not be carried up the Lighthouse tower. Children must be at least 48” or taller. No spike heeled shoes or bare feet. The tower climb is strenuous: persons with health considerations do so at their own discretion.

State, National & Senior Park Passes are not sold or accepted for admission at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum.

Regular Adult Admission  $12

Regular Child Admission (Ages 6-18) $6

Free Admission

Free admission for children ages 5 & under, Lighthouse Members, & Active US Military and their immediate families with ID. We are a BlueStar Museum. EKIP-4th grades passes are accepted.

Special Notices

Special Notices

May 3, 2017
Now you can enjoy our brand new interactive exhibit in the Lighthouse Keeper’s Workshop as part of your regular admission!
Keeping the Light at Jupiter Inlet: Adventures in the Lives of Lighthouse Keepers

Sponsored in part by the Florida Department of State Division of Historical Resources.

Holiday & Early Closings

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum will be closed:

2017: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Early Closings:


Personal Photo Sessions

Family, Engagement or Maternity photo sessions must be booked a minimum of 2 weeks in advance.  Dates and times are limited, please email Katrina Heller or call her at 561-747-8380 x100 to check on pricing and availability. Photo sessions are not for media or corporate bookings.

Blue Star Museums


In honor of Blue Star Museums the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is now honoring free regular daytime admission year-round for Active Duty US Military & their immediate families with current ID. Present ID at the time of admission.


Located in Lighthouse Park, 500 Capt Armour’s Way (Alt. A1A/Beach Rd & US Hwy 1).
From I-95, exit Indiantown Rd east, turn left/north at US Hwy 1. Turn right/east at Alt.A1A/Beach Rd. Turn first right into Lighthouse Park.


Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
500 Captain Armour’s Way, Jupiter, FL 33469


Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum