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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse: history and nature

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is a 108-foot historical landmark on a riverfront site with historical displays and natural features. Occasional discounts and free entry opportunities are offered.

(Photo/Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse)

The attraction includes:

Opportunity to walk on a spiral staircase with 105 steps to top of the red structure for a panoramic vantage point of South Florida’s waterways and skyline

Pier overlooking the Loxahatchee River

Old Florida pioneer home

Nature paths

Indoor and outdoor historical exhibits

Live webcam

A gift shop

Regular entry fees:

$12 for adults

$10 for seniors and U.S. veterans

$6 for kids age 6-18 

Free for guests age 5 and younger, lighthouse members, active U.S. military and their immediate families with ID; up to six people

Free in November for U.S. veterans


(Photo/Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse)

Contact information:

Jupiter Lighthouse is at 500 Captain Armour’s Way.

  • Website
  • 561-747-8380
  • Open Tuesdays – Sundays

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