Seventeen stories of historic fun. Listen as Jean Muchanic visits ACprimetime Radio to chat about Historic Absecon Lighthouse.
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Jean talks about the breathtaking views of the Atlantic City skyline, the original first-order Fresnel Lens, first lit in 1857…and more.
The Absecon Lighthouse recently underwent a multi-million dollar restoration that includes a replica of the Lightkeeper’s dwelling, educational museum, gift shop, Fresnel Lens exhibit in the original Oil House and expansive grounds.
Ascend Absecon Lighthouse in Atlantic City.
OPEN YEAR ROUND. Free Parking & Admission to the Keeper’s House Museum, Exhibits & Grounds.
New Jersey’s tallest lighthouse, 171 feet tall.
- 150 years old, 1857-2007
- Open for climbing
- $7 to climb. $5 for seniors 65+. $4 for children ages 4-12 . $3 Atlantic City residents with ID. Active military & kids under 4 free.
- Dogs on leashes are welcome on the grounds and in the museum. Rack cards and other coupons ONLY apply to the climbing rate. * Special group tours are available upon request. Please call 609-449-1360 for more information
- Visit Absecon Lighthouse website