Lighthouse Anniversary Day

Lighthouse Anniversary Day

Celebrating 163 Years!

Saturday, July 8, 2023
10 am – 4 pm


Join us as we celebrate the 163rd anniversary of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse! Families will enjoy games and hands-on learning at activity stations with our partner organizations.

We’ll be joined by friends from the Bureau of Land Management, FishingCommunities.Org, River Center, Florida Public Archaeology Network, Nature Conservancy, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and Jupiter Inlet District.

As our special thanks, kids receive BOGO admission all day Saturday, July 8!


What’s available at the event? Families will be able to visit the Lighthouse, Tindall Pioneer Homestead, Keeper’s Workshop, and historic grounds. Stop by the Scoop Coop food truck for delicious ice cream and treats! Then, find a friend and dance to live music courtesy of The Digs.

Please Note!
LIGHTHOUSE CLIMBS: children must be a minimum of 48″ tall to climb and be accompanied by an adult.
LEAVE AT HOME: pets, coolers, food & drink, tripods & selfie sticks.

Lighthouse Anniversary Day Program

10:00 AM Gates Open!
11:00 AM Guided Tour – Native Plants of the ONA
12:00 PM Presentation – Historian on Deck
1:00 PM Guided Tour – A Day in the Life of a Lighthouse Keeper
2:00 PM Presentation – Historian on Deck
3:00 PM Guided Tour – 5 Flags Over Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
4:00 PM Last Admission to the Lighthouse!


Ticket Information

Adults $12
Seniors $10
Veterans $10
Active Military FREE
Children Aged 6 – 18 $6 – Child tickets are BOGO!
Children Aged 1 – 5 FREE 

This activity is conducted under permit from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and occurs all or in part on public lands administered by the BLM within the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area.