Long Island New York | Lighthouse Adventures on Long Island
Long Island's lighthouses offer long views that tower above our coastline.
Passing ships use these historic beacons to navigate, and tourists can climb the winding steps to scenic panoramas.
According to local experts, Suffolk County Long Island has more lighthouses than any other county in the United States.
You can climb the winding steps of the historic lighthouse at Montauk Point, which was completed in 1796 at the request of President George Washington and it is the oldest lighthouse on Long Island and in New York State. You can a visit structure in Southhold, and by boat you can visit one in Huntington Harbor.
The Fire Island Lighthouse which was opened in 1826 is now automated and has tours available from April through mid-December.
Organizations such as East End Lighthouses and Long Island Lighthouse Safaris offer cruises and excursions to visiting these wonderful structures.
For more information on Long Island Lighthouses, you can contact East End Lighthouses at 631-406-6180 email:email@example.com
Visiting Long Island many offshore lighthouses is both enjoyable and educational.
Have a wonderful time at our historic Long Island Lighthouses ~
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