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Jupiter Lighthouse offers 2-for-1 entry

Relish the scenic setting at a delightful South Florida attraction, while nabbing an enticing discount.  Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is offering 2-for-1 entry for Outstanding Natural Area Family Day.

Outstanding Natural Area Day is 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 6, and youngsters receive a free Lighthouse Activity Backpack while supplies last.

Photo & Featured Photo/Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

Jupiter Lighthouse on the Loxahatchee River offers a distinctive vantage point of South Florida waterways and skyline. The venue includes a nature path, a pier and historical displays.

Outstanding Natural Area

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area Act designates the lighthouse and 120 surrounding acres of sensitive habitat as an Outstanding Natural Area in the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management’s National Landscape Conservation System, according to the Lighthouse website.

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
  • Every Kid Outdoors vouchers available for fourth- and fifth-graders

2-for-1 deal

Offered May 6, with second ticket free if it's of equal or lesser value.

Jupiter Lighthouse is at 500 Captain Armour’s Way, Jupiter, 561-747-8380, website

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