It doesn’t happen very often, but the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse will be off for the month of May. “With permission from the US Coast Guard, the light will be turned off for the duration of the month as it undergoes restoration.”
As reported by Jupiter Magazine, “Due to weathering, the cast iron roof plates on the lighthouse have rusted areas that are rapidly deteriorating. Preservation works to repair the structure and waterproof the tower are top concerns for the restoration project.”
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is asking for donations to help fund the roof restoration efforts—with a special incentive: Donors to the restoration will be invited to a Re-Light the Light countdown party upon the project’s completion. To donate, click here: https://64862.blackbaudhosting.com/64862/Annual-Appeal
A Note for Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum:
The Lighthouse will be closed for climbing during the month of May, 2017. Tours during this time will include the Museum, guided grounds tour to the base of the Lighthouse at the deck and brand new exhibit in the Lighthouse Keeper’s Workshop. Special half-priced admission will be offered during this time only. There will be no Sunset or Moonrise Tours in May.
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