Explore Long Island's tallest lighthouse and learn about the rich nautical history through interactive exhibits.
The Fire Island Lighthouse was an important landmark for transatlantic ships coming into New York Harbor at the turn of the last century. For many European immigrants, the Fire Island Lighthouse was their first sight of land upon arrival in America. Climb Long Island's tallest lighthouse and explore the Keeper's Quarters and exhibit center. Children must be 42" tall to climb the lighthouse.
Fire Island Lighthouse is located at the western end of the Fire Island National Seashore, just east of Robert Moses State Park. Take Robert Moses Causeway south to the end and park in Parking field #5. Follow the boardwalk right to the lighthouse.
Pass provides admission for two adults & four children.
This is a print on demand pass, so please reserve it for the actual day you would like to visit the museum.