Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse tower closed thru Nov. 15 for maintenance

A major symbol in Palm Beach County is getting a fresh coat of paint! The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is closed through November 15, 2019 for maintenance and painting work.

While the 108-foot lighthouse is closed for climbing, you can still visit! Grounds tours and exhibits will be open and reduced admission rates will be in effect during the renovation period.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse will be dark for the next few weeks in order to protect the lens while the work is done.


Exhibits including the Tindall Pioneer Homestead, Keeper’s Workshop and Waterfront History Museum will still be open with admission prices reduced to $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, and $4 for children 6-18 years old. Lighthouse members and active duty U.S. Military and their families are admitted free of charge.

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