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St Augustine Lighthouse

St. Augustine Lighthouse, St. Augustine, FL

Friday, August 25th, 2017 – $199 per person
Saturday, August 26th, 2017 – $199 per person

Schedule of Events (subject to change)

  • 6:30pm Doors Open
  • 6:30pm-7:00pm Meet and Greet with celebrity investigator
  • 7:00pm-7:30pm History of the St. Augustine Lighthouse
  • 7:30pm-8:30pm Q&A Session with the crowd and lecture from Grant Wilson
  • 8:30pm-9:00pm Break to gather gear and head to the lighthouse
  • 9:00pm-1:00am Group assignment for our lights out investigation of the infamous haunted St. Augustine Lighthouse
 

FRIDAY, August 25th, 2017




SATURDAY, August 26th, 2017

SOLD OUT

All events are for entertainment purposes. No refunds. Non-transferable. Guests are subject to change. No e-checks accepted, Instant payments only. Only one discount per transaction, cannot combine offers.
PLEASE NOTE: All tickets will be mailed out to the address provided via Paypal approximately two weeks prior to the event date. *Minors Age 13-17 must be accompanied at all times by a ticket-holding adult guardian and will not be permitted to be left alone at any time.

History of the St. Augustine Lighthouse

About St. Augustine Lighthouse

The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is dedicated to discovering, preserving, presenting and keeping alive the story of the Nation’s Oldest Port.

We do this in many ways:

  • Educational opportunities
  • Local and national preservation efforts
  • Maritime archaeological research

Hands-On History

Each year, our museum introduces over 43,000 school age students to marine sciences and maritime history through camp programs, home-school days, hands-on tours, and program scholarships.

Our camps reach out to underserved and at-risk populations through scholarships and donations. This allows students to attend our camps who have high academic achievement and potential but do not have the economic means to attend camp.

Additionally, undergraduate and graduate students from around the world visit the museum every summer for one of the nation’s only underwater archaeology field schools. These students have the rare chance to experience excavation and artifact recovery from a unique 18th century shipwreck, combining scientific diving, archaeological science, and history to make for a well-rounded field school experience.

On-Going Preservation

Thanks to the dedication of the Junior Service League of St. Augustine, a massive preservation effort to restore the St. Augustine Light Station began in the 1980’s. Over a decade later, with more than two million dollars raised throughout the St. Augustine community, the 1874 Lighthouse tower and first order Fresnel lens as well as the 1876 Keepers’ House opened to the public as a nonprofit museum for residents and visitors to enjoy and learn more about St. Augustine’s vast maritime history.

In addition to maintaining the Light Station grounds, our museum staff continues to serve as experts in many areas of historic preservation. The St. Augustine Lighthouse lobbies for national preservation issues in Tallahassee and on Capitol Hill. We proudly work directly with government agencies to insure that America’s lighthouses survive for generations to come.

Archaeological Maritime Research

The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP), is the research arm of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. This team of professional archaeologists is dedicated to the investigation, interpretation and better understanding of the maritime history and archaeology of St. Augustine, the “First Coast” region of Florida, and beyond. Through historical research and scientific study of shipwrecks and other maritime archaeological sites, LAMP seeks to share the dynamic stories of our Nation’s Oldest Port.

Ghostly Encounters at St. Augustine Lighthouse

Discover the history and mystery of the St. Augustine Lighthouse:

  • 1880 Keepers’ House: Learn the true history behind the light station, including the paranormal experiences of previous guests and staff.
  • 1874 Lighthouse Tower: Ascend the 219 steps of our lighthouse tower for a nighttime view of the Nation’s Oldest City.
  • 6 Acres of Nature Trails: Explore the light station grounds, including the Maritime Hammock Nature Trails and World War II-era U.S. Coast Guard buildings.
  • Check out some unexplained phenomenon captured by guests and guides on the Dark of the Moon paranormal tour and visit the Dark of the Moon Facebook Page to see more.