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TOURS 

Tours to the Lighthouse will resume in Spring 2020.

Hope to see you next season.

It’s just a short boat ride on our launch from the Town of Huntington’s Goldstar Battalion Beach out to the Lighthouse where you will receive a guided, educational tour and the opportunity to see the Lighthouse and Huntington Harbor from a whole new perspective. 

Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more on regular tour dates, along with pre-payment. Please contact pam@huntingtonlighthouse.org

Special private group tours can be arranged on days other than scheduled tour dates.  Please contact pam@huntingtonlighthouse.org

Dates are subject to change, especially due to weather conditions, so please check Facebook or huntingtonlighthouse.org before your visit. 

TOUR FEES:

Adult:  $23

Child Ages 5-12:  $15

Seniors 65 and older:  $20

Members:  10 % discount   


All proceeds go to the ongoing restoration and preservation of the Huntington Harbor Lighthouse. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tours are approx. 1 hour long and subject to sea/weather conditions. Passengers will be accepted on a first come - first serve basis. For safety and insurance reasons...children under the age of 5 are not permitted.  Only permitted footwear is flat, rubber-soled shoes - absolutely no flip-flops or leather soled shoes allowed on the boat or at the lighthouse.  Boarding WILL be denied if proper footwear is not worn. 

Let attendant at booth know that you are there for the Lighthouse tour. There is no parking fee.  You will receive a parking pass for your car at check in. Look for our check-in desk set up on the far side of the beach, near the dock. Please use the bathroom at Gold Star beach before boarding. There are no bathroom facilities on the Lighthouse.

Be advised that the Lighthouse is NOT handicapped accessible.

MERCHANDISE:  Lighthouse merchandise is available for sale on tour days.  Members receive a 10% discount.

 Absolutely no public docking of boats at any time at the lighthouse.
The Harbor Master and Coast Guard will be notified immediately on VHF16.