Come enjoy the Nation’s Oldest Port® daily demos, explore lightkeeper duties and daily life, sailing, wooden boatbuilding, and underwater archaeology during your visit. See the Daily Demo Schedule to customize your visit.
Grab a scavenger hunt card pack at the entrance to the Maritime Hammock trails and add a fun experience to your walk in the natural area of the historic site. Search for animals that live in this coastal habitat and learn about the medicinal and historic uses of plants.
These activities are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.
Plus checkout the Shipyard Play Area • Breathtaking 360º Views • Shipwreck Artifacts Revealed • 1876 Keepers’ House Exhibits • Maritime Hammock Nature Trails • Tin Pickle, Local Gedunk (WWII Themed Eatery).
For their safety children must be at least 44 inches tall to climb the tower and must be able to do so under their own power. Carrying children in the tower is prohibited. Children under the height requirement have free admission and one accompanying adult gets in half price.