Free Entry with The Sightseeing Pass - SAVE $5

Normal Entry Price: Adult $5

Normal Entry Price: Child $0

National Lighthouse Museum

When the United States Lighthouse Service (USLHS) “Super” Depot on the North Shore of Staten Island closed for the very last time, a group of enthusiasts were determined that its heritage should not be lost – and created the National Lighthouse Museum. From 1864 to 1939, it was the national headquarters of USLHS. Here vital equipment, like lenses and foghorns, was tested before being sent out to lighthouse keepers all around the coast of America so they could keep mariners safe. The 1912 foundry is now home to the Museum with charming and educational displays celebrating a bygone era. The self-guided tour usually takes between half and one hour – but allow plenty of time to admire the spectacular views out over the water.

National Lighthouse Museum with The Sightseeing Pass

  • Discover the role the USLHS played in building America
  • Learn about the fascinating navigational history of lighthouses
  • Amazing views across the bay and the ferries

What You Get

Sightseeing Pass grants you free admission to the National Lighthouse Museum

Hours & Admission

Hours

Tuesday - Sunday, 11:00am - 5:00pm

How To Redeem

Present your Sightseeing Pass at the Ticket Desk to receive entrance to the museum. The best way to get to the museum is to take the Staten Island Ferry from Manhatten to the St George Terminal. Then take a short walk using the clear signage, past the pickup and parking areas to the walkway leading to the museum.

Getting There

National Lighthouse Museum

200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, SI, NY 10301

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    Closest Bus Stop

    • St George Ferry/S 76 & S86