"Light Up the Night" Climb at Highland Lighthouse

Next night climb is tonight at 6 p.m.
(Courtesy of Highland Lighthouse)

Light Up the Night Climb:

Friday 8/16- 6 pm to 8 pm

Friday  9/13- 6 pm to 8 pm

Friday 10/11 6 pm to 8 pm

 

You have climbed a lighthouse during the day, tonight you can climb Highland Lighthouse Cape Cod’s oldest and tallest lighthouse.

Climb the 69 steps into the Lantern Room and see the moon rise out of the Atlantic Ocean and the sun set over Cape Cod Bay.

Adults $6, Students and Seniors $5. No flip flops. All climbers must be at least 48” tall to climb.

Highland Lighthouse

27 Highland Light Road

North Truro, MA 02652

5084871121

[email protected]

www.facebook.com/highlandlighthouse

 

Highland Lighthouse Tower Climbs & Keeper's Shop

8/16 to 10/14 10 am to 5 pm DAILY

 

Climb Highland Lighthouse, also known as Cape Cod Light, is Cape Cod’s oldest and tallest lighthouse.

From Washington to Thoreau to Hopper

In 1796 President George Washington signed the commission to build Cape Cod’s first lighthouse in the Highlands of Truro. Henry David Thoreau wrote of his lighthouse visits to the second lighthouse in the mid 1800’s. Edward Hopper painted the present day lighthouse in 1930. In 1996, Highland Lighthouse was moved back 453 feet from the edge of the cliff.

Visit Highland Lighthouse and climb the 69 steps to the top of the Lantern Room to view the Atlantic Ocean, Provincetown and Cape Cod Bay. All climbers must be at least 48" tall to climb. No flip flops. Adults $6, Students and Seniors $5.

Highland Lighthouse

27 Highland Light Road

North Truro, MA 02652

5084871121

[email protected]

www.facebook.com/highlandlighthouse


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