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The Tybee Island Lighthouse was built in 1773 and is the oldest Lighthouse in Georgia. An entry ticket allows you to see the Lighthouse, the Head Keepers Cottage, the 2nd Assistant Keepers Cottage, the Summer Kitchen and the Tybee Island Museum...more
All reviews across the street light house worth the climb afraid of heights keeper's house catch your breath observation deck surrounding buildings gift shop historical society fort screven light station free parking spiral staircase interesting history worth the trip self guided tour
I loved visiting this lighthouse and wish greatly that it hadn't been so foggy on the day that we visited. You are allowed to climb to the very top and I suggest that you at least climb to the first landing if you are unable...More
Family went up in the lighthouse and had a fantastic time! Loved the history surrounding the lighthouse and battery! Has beach access also and that was very convenient cause we wanted to do both..guide in the museum was very kind and informative..if you like history...More
Amazing view once you get to the top of the tower, if you cannot do all the steps you can still have a nice visit on the grounds. Their houses and the museum across the street are very interesting and you can get a nice...More
The lighthouse is maintained and managed by the historical society. The admission gets you: parking, access to keepers house, a couple of additional assistant keepers cottages, a relocated historic home, the battery museum across the street, and the 178 steps to the top of Tybee...More
The Museum is in the vicinity of a beautiful and historic Lighthouse that you can climb up to the top viewing deck.
The Museum in a historic and well-preserved building houses pictures and artifacts of the civil war events that took place in the area....More
Enter the gift shop to purchase tickets. Parking is included in price of admission. There are several cottages on the property to tour. One of the cottages has a movie to watch about the history of the lighthouse. The lighthouse has 178 steps. There is...More
Heck of a climb and my muscles hated me for a couple of days, but it was beautiful! A little windy at the top so hold on to your hats.
The adjoining cottages were fun to look at. Nothing great. Some neat artifacts dug up...More
This was a very cool historic place to check out. It’s only $9 per person so you can’t beat it! If you’re into History, you’ll love these museums. It’s truly fascinating! You can climb all the way to the top of the lighthouse as well....More