Welcome to the Virtual Tour of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum! Using the arrows, step inside the white picket fence and take a trip back to 1887. Climb 203 steps to the top of Florida’s tallest lighthouse. Enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Ponce Inlet, and inland waterways from the gallery deck at the top of the tower. Explore the Ayres Davies Lens Exhibit building which houses one of the most extensive collections of historic Fresnel lenses and lighthouse optics in the nation. Stroll through the light station’s historic keeper dwellings and service buildings and take a leisurely stroll through a natural coastal hammock to discover what life was like on this once remote peninsula more than 120 years ago.
Those wishing to learn more about the light station’s historic structures and current exhibits can do so by visiting the Explore the Museum page on this website