Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse 160th Anniversary
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse first cast its beam out to sea on July 10, 1860 and changed our area forever!
UPDATE: ALL TICKETS ARE BOOKED!
We’re celebrating an exciting milestone in history on July 10, 2020 – the official 160th Lighthouse Anniversary! Join us and be one of 160 visitors to receive FREE admission sponsored by Florida Power & Light Company. You must register online beginning on July 1, 2020. Tickets are required for entry, on a first-reserved basis in hourly time slots and admission will be limited to a total of 160 visitors.
During the July 10th celebration day you can stroll the historic grounds, climb the Lighthouse, view the Modica Family and the Joe Namath Foundation supported Keeper’s Workshop exhibit and peruse the Lighthouse gift shop offering special discounts. Children will be given a special Lighthouse Keepers pin, while quantities last. The Museum will be closed due to restricted spaces and lighthouse climbs are weather permitting. Children must be at least 48” tall to climb the Lighthouse. Masks and social distancing are required.
After your visit, stop by Tommy Bahama Restaurant Harbourside – check out their amazing To Go Menu!
Limited Edition 160th Anniversary Brick
On July 10, 1860 the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse officially went into maritime service as an active aid to navigation.
Commemorate this milestone by placing your family name on our special 160th Anniversary Brick. It’s only available for a short time – along with the special anniversary pricing of $160 down from $225 for the 8″ x 8″ brick paver!
Fill out our writable form and email it to us or print it and mail it in with your payment.
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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