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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Ponce Inlet
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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is located in Ponce Inlet. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum and many more Ponce Inlet attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Ponce Inlet itinerary builder.
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  • When we decided to go see the lighthouse I thought that was all we were going to see. The admission fee includes touring the lighthouse attendants homes. You also get to see the original lighthouse le...  more »
  • My wife and i climbed the Ponce Inlet lighthouse, and I can say that once we reached the top, the view was breath taking. Not only could you see out far on the ocean, but you could see Daytona Beach a...  more »
  • This was my first visit to a lighthouse, so the history and stories were very interesting to me. The first and last stop is the gift shop. There you can buy tickets to go onto the grounds and tour the...  more »
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  • The history here is very interesting, and there are lots of relics to see. They also persevere many retired lighthouse projectors, which are beautiful works of craftsmanship. The climb up the lighthouse was scary for someone with vertigo and physically challenging for anyone older or with poor physic. The trip back down was easier on the body, harder for the mind but I'm glad I made the trek up. The gift shop also had some nice trinkets available to buy. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing everything they had on display and recommend to anyone visiting the area.
  • We loved this exciting experience! I took my daughter and 2 grandsons age 5 and 1 in 2013 for their first visit. They loved it! All 203 steps to the top ( baby stayed on the ground with Poppa) It wasn't easy, but we made it! We will be going again in 2 weeks. Can't wait! Love the history behind this old lighthouse :)
  • Very cool and very old lighthouse. One of the few working lighthouses left. There are about 275 steps to the top and I've actually climbed them about 6 different times. Beautiful views from the top. Very reasonably priced. Many out buildings to see as well. Minutes from the beach and park.
  • Go for all of the interesting facts regarding lighthouse, the area, and the grounds. Go for the trip to the top and the beautiful views. DO NOT GO FOR THE FREE GIFT. It is a certificate of your accomplishment for walking to the top... Piece of paper.... Only for adults. That is the ONLY "cheesy" part of the experience. For the price of all the coupons they print for all the hotels, quite with the promo of the "freebie" and just give one to everyone for the money you save printing the come-on. The site doesn't need the enticement. It is a cool experience on its own.
  • Really beautiful and you step back in time and learn more about Florida. Wear hard sole shoes if you want to climb to the top. Beautifully kept. The scavenger hunt for the kids is fun, and if you go on father's or mother's day you get an adult in free.