Nov. 22-Jan. 13: Lighthouse Illuminations features 20+ themed trees at St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

Visit the museum during Nights of Lights for a unique experience

ST. AUGUSTINE, FL – The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum will host its annual
Lighthouse Illuminations event on select days between November 22 and January 13, with tour times starting at 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30 p.m. GET TICKETS HERE

Visit the Museum during this winter season of Lighthouse Illuminations: Tides, Tidings, and Trees. Daytime general admission tickets get you in the door to enjoy seasonally decorated
grounds and buildings. As the sun goes down, purchase after-hours Lighthouse Illuminations
tickets for an extraordinary holiday experience. Explore the Keepers’ House and grounds
illuminated by lights and garlands, and enjoy a sensational view of the lighthouse. Escape the
crowds this winter season and experience Nights of Lights from the top of the St. Augustine

Marvel at the 21 adorned trees, each uniquely themed and telling a distinct story. Tree themes include Lighthouse Memories, Toys from the Past, Nutcracker Folklore, Old Florida, Outhouse, Lighthouses of America, and High Seas.

Lighthouse Illuminations admission is priced at $24.95 for adults and seniors, and $22.95 for
children 12 & under. There is a museum member discount. Children must be at least 44” to
climb the lighthouse. Tickets and details: and click Tickets

A unique landmark of St. Augustine for over 147 years, the St. Augustine Light Station hosts centuries of the Nation’s Oldest Port® history and educational programs. Through interactive exhibits, guided tours, and maritime research, the 501(c)(3), non-profit St. Augustine Lighthouse& Maritime Museum is on a mission to discover, preserve, present, and keep alive the stories of the

Nation’s Oldest Port® as symbolized by our working lighthouse. Today, the Museum keeps the
light shining as a private aid-to-navigation. We are the parent organization of the Lighthouse
Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP), and together our two non-profits are an affiliate of
the Smithsonian Institution. Learn more at

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