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Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A view of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse in Florida.

The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse was made in 1887 right in the area of Mosquito Inlet. After years of restoration done to it, it now serves to be ones of the most preserved and best light stations in the country. It is also considered to be the tallest lighthouse of Florida. It became a National Historic Landmark way back 1998. Its tower and museum alike are just about 12 miles south of the Daytona Beach and it is open to the public for one whole year. It is also in close proximity to a lot of attractions in Orlando.

It has 203 steps that visitors can climb right on top of the tower to be able to enjoy amazing view of the famous beach of the world. It is open for regular group tours all year round. The dwelling portion of the keepers is now the home to its museum which feature numerous US historical exhibits.

The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse Stairs

A look at the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse inside stairs.

 

The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse From The Side

A side view of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse on a sunny day.

 

A Nice Photo Of The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A beautiful day at the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.

 

Evening At The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A nice pic of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse during the night hours.

 

Sunset At the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A look at the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse as the sun goes down.

 

The Museum & Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A photo of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum.

 

The Entrance Of The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A view of the front entrance of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.

 

The Bottom Of The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

A picture from the base of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.

 

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