When you visit this lighthouse you can no only visit a museum and climb to the top but you can also see pictures showing how it was moved several hundred feet inland away from the cliff. The spiral staircase is narrow and steep so watch your head. A deck was built near the cliff overlooking the ocean next to its original location. You can look down and see how high up you are. There is a boulder with a plaque next to the deck on the actual spot where the light house was originally built. It is surrounded by a golf course. It is a short walk from the parking lot to the lighthouse.
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