Lighthouses

Montauk Point Lighthouse

The Montauk Point Lighthouse

A nice view of the Montauk Point Lighthouse in New York.

The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest that you can find in New York. It is authorized by the Second Congress under the previous leadership of President George Washington way back in 1792. Its construction started way back in 1796 and it was finally completed on the same year too after about five months. This serves as a historical landmark that is part of the land and sea backdrop of the Long Island for more than two centuries now. It is still being used up to this day as a guide for those navigating at sea.

It is also a favorite venue for events like weddings and many more. On a yearly basis, group tours of travelers and students are made available in the place and also to get to see the Montauk Lighthouse Museum. You can contact them to make reservations ahead of time if you plan to visit the lighthouse.

Montauk Point Lighthouse As the Sun Beams In The Background

A nice look at the sun shining at the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

 

Montauk Point Lighthouse As The Sun Sets

A look at the sunset behind the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

 

The Montauk Point Lighthouse On A Cloudy Day

What the Montauk Point Lighthouse looks like on a very cloudy day.

 

Flying Above The Montauk Point Lighthouse

An aerial view of the Montauk Point Lighthouse in New York.

 

Evening Hours At The Montauk Point Lighthouse

A beautiful look at the Montauk Point Lighthouse at night.

 

The Sun Coming Up At The Montauk Point Lighthouse

A look at the sun shining strong at the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

 

From The Base Of The Montauk Point Lighthouse

A look up towards the top of the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

  1. Chris Kirby Said,

    The second shot from the top is Fire Island light at sunrise.

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