Exploring Long Island’s Lighthouses is an excellent way to entertain your out of town guests, family or a few friends.
When you’re looking for something fun to do on your day off, why not go on a tour? You can book Broward Limos or a Broward Charter depending on the number of people in your party. A Long Island, NY, Lighthouse Tour is a living lesson in history.
Browardlimos.com offers many kinds of luxury vehicles such as the Luxury Coach, the Mercedes Sprinter, the Executive Shuttle and even a 1964 Princess Rolls Royce so you can arrive in style. Let Broward do the driving so you can do the entertaining. Jump over to their Fleet page to see all of the possibilities.
Montauk Point Lighthouse
The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest in the whole State of New York dating back to 1796. You can visit and climb the 137 steps to the very top for a view of the area. montauklighthouse.com, 631-668-2544.
Execution Rocks Light Station
This Lighthouse can only be accessed by boat. It’s located in the LI Sound near Sands Point. Tours must be arranged in advance. You can even book an overnight stay! Travel light as you have to carry everything on with you. Some say this Lighthouse is haunted.
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Horton Point Lighthouse and Nautical Museum, Southold
This Lighthouse has a museum with a whale exhibit.
It is located at the end of Lighthouse Road, Southold, southoldhistoricalsociety.org, 631-765-5500.
Southold side note, this event. The combination of wonderful food, a talented musician, fine drink, and the Society’s most revered guests is sure to make it an evening to remember!
Autumn in the Air Party
Time & Location
Oct 04, 5:30 PM – 08:00 PM
Founders Landing Wharf House, 1025 Terry Ln, Southold, NY 11971, USA
Huntington Harbor Lighthouse
This Lighthouse, standing since 1912, has just reopened to the public after a 2-year foundation renovation. Guided boat tours are available in the summer. Call or visit the website for more information, huntingtonlighthouse.org, 631-421-1985.
Long Beach Bar “Bug Light”
This Lighthouse offers views of the Peconic Bay from its wraparound deck. East End Seaport Museum in Greenport offers boat tours while lighthouse tours are given by Greenporter Bob Allen, whose great-grandfather was the island’s last live-in keeper.
Contact info: email@example.com, 631-477-2100. 2 Lighthouse boat tours available.
Fire Island Lighthouse, Fire Island National Seashore
There is a lot to learn here in the Keeper’s Quarters Museum and gift shop and the Fresnel lens building. The view from the 192 step tower is stunning.
It is located about a one-mile walk east of Robert Moses State Park, Field 5, Fire Island, 631-661-4876, fireislandlighthouse.com.
There are several more lighthouses.
Stepping Stones Lighthouse, Kings Point
Eaton’s Neck Lighthouse
Cedar Island Lighthouse, Cedar Point County Park, East Hampton
Plum Island Lighthouse
Little Gull Island Lighthouse
North Dumpling Lighthouse, Fishers Island Sound
Race Rock Lighthouse, west of Fisher’s Island, Southold
Latimer Reef Lighthouse
Orient Point Lighthouse, Plum Gut
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