Classroom ResourcesSee area history through a whole new lens
Adventures of Charlie Pierce Videos
Public, private and home schools are encouraged to use these resources to enhance the Florida History learning experience for Fourth Graders.
The Last Egret Video
The American Jungle Video
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum approved Arts and Science Integration Lesson Plans 4th Grade
Pre Columbian Native Americans
Florida Science and Technology of the 19th Century
ONA 4th Grade Lesson Plans & Powerpoints
Bird Identification on the ONA Powerpoint
ONA Bird Identification Lesson Plan
Plant Identification on the ONA Powerpoint
ONA Plant Identification Lesson Plan
ONA Nature Journaling Lesson Plan
Virtual Lighthouse Tour with Charlie Pierce
Download our free smartphone app Jupiter Lighthouse Tours available for Apple and Android technology. There you will find a “Kids Tour with Charlie Pierce” for students to experience the lighthouse grounds virtually. This tour lasts 30 minutes.
Virtual Field Trip Resources:
Coming In 2021-2022 School Year:
Pre-Columbian Native Americans
In this video students will learn about the innovative Jeaga and Jobe people living in South Florida thousands of years ago. A Lighthouse docent explains where ancient local people lived and how they created tools for everyday use out of natural resources found along the Loxahatchee River. This interactive video consists of nine research questions about the local people, artifacts they created, and how they lived.
Complete an inquiry form and email it to us for access to private Virtual Field Trip and accompanying packet. Videos are shared through Vimeo.
3/16/20: School Tour Field Trips are Suspended Until Further Notice
Our Facility Offers:
Onsite ADA Accessible Restroom Facilities
There are four restrooms in the museum building. They are located in the museum gallery and gift shop. THERE ARE NO RESTROOMS BY THE LIGHTHOUSE. Please use the restroom before going on the tour to the lighthouse.
Indoor & Outdoor Exhibits
The Museum exhibits, Tindall House and Keeper’s Workshop Exhibit are indoors and air-conditioned. The Lighthouse, Tindall Pioneer Homestead (grounds area) and Lighthouse Deck area are outdoors and exposed to weather.
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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