In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum celebrates the rich maritime and social history of the Ponce Inlet Light Station with a wide variety of events throughout the year.
Public Events: Provided free of charge to the general public with their regular paid admission, public events provide guests an opportunity to experience this important National Historic Landmark in a fun and interactive way. Scheduled programs may include guided tours, interactive workshops, hands-on activities, living history presentations, and more. General admission events require no advanced reservations to participate.
Student Events: The Preservation Association hosts thematic-based educational events designed especially for children throughout the year. Developed in accordance with Florida's State Standards by professional educators these special interest events are offered at an additional charge on a first come first served basis and require advanced reservation to participate.
Private Events: Museum staff schedule numerous private events throughout the year that require membership or preregistration to participate. Offerings within this category include exhibit openings, fundraisers, and special interest group tours like Climb to the Moon and Climb with the Keepers.