If your a lighthouse buff or just like a view of Atlantic City this is your place to visit. After you climb the steps to the top. take your time to look at the City. small museum was you enter. Check web site for hours
It's a lovely old lighthouse, the tallest in NJ- and affords great views of Atlantic City and beyond. One has to climb 228 steps to the top. We purchased a brass donation plaque for $150 that will have our names on it as well as our hometown (step #206) in order to support the historic lighthouse and live on to commemorate our visit. One can purchase a step plaque, but they are going fast!
It doesn't take more than a few minutes to make the ascent to the top. There are several places to stop along the way and learn the history of the lighthouse, as well as get some great pictures of the surrounding area. Once you make it to the top, the views of the ocean are absolutely beautiful. The lot is perfectly landscaped, and the museum is nicely organized. Worth the money if you'd like a bird's eye view of the city.
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