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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

3,424 Reviews

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

3,424 Reviews
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DDay1959 wrote a review Sep 9
Cookeville, Tennessee1,636 contributions311 helpful votes
This beautiful lighthouse and museum is open to enjoy and very well preserved. Your ticket entitled you to tour the grounds and get an ideal how the light keepers and their families lived. You can climb 203 stairs to the top of the lighthouse wheee the views are magnificent.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TEDWARDS45 wrote a review Sep 5
United States5 contributions
We come to the area often. We usually stay in New Smyrna Beach and do some fishing and just beach things. Clean and nice here. After fishing with our guide in Ponce Inlet for the first time we saw this Lighthouse last year. The wife and I said next time we need to visit it. The sunsets are mind blowing here. So beautiful! It will take you back centuries. Well worth the trip around to the other side of the inlet. We will be back again.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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easiwin1948 wrote a review Sep 3
Chattanooga, Tennessee227 contributions56 helpful votes
Interesting place. You can climb 206 stairs to the top of the lighthouse if you are fit enough. The associated building show where the lighthouse keeper stayed. Also had a little museum with different kinds of ligts.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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asigm001 wrote a review Sep 1
St. Augustine, Florida31 contributions9 helpful votes
I took about an hour and a half to visit. Climbed the tower. The Lens Museum is very good. The grounds are a bit too manicured to the point they don't seem real and there is no one on the grounds; no presentations or demonstrations. It is a non-profit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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arnie d wrote a review Aug 2020
Jerusalem, Israel15 contributions2 helpful votes
nice climb, for a great view. staff was nice and helpful. lots of history posters and information in all of the buildings
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Date of experience: August 2020
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