Are you ready to explore some of the most mesmerizing lighthouses in the United States? If so, Florida has a hidden gem for you waiting just offshore!
Let's embark on a lighthouse journey and explore 7 of the best lighthouses located in Florida that are known for their beauty, history, and charm - each with its own story to tell!
The Cape Florida Lighthouse is the oldest structure in Miami-Dade County. It was first lit in 1825, and its current tower was completed in 1846.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, situated on the northern shore of the Jupiter Inlet, opened in 1860.
The current tower dates back to 1848, replacing the original destroyed in the great Havana hurricane of 1846. You can tour the lighthouse keeper's quarters, which now functions as a museum.
Located on the northern end of Amelia Island near the entrance to the St. Marys River, this lighthouse has been an essential guide for vessels passing through the area.
First lit in 1849, the Cape San Blas Light withstood several relocations due to erosion and storms.