We were taking a day to drive to the tip of Cape Cod back in June and picked out a few lighthouses to visit. This was one of them. We were able to go up to the top of the lighthouse!!! I believe this is the only lighthouse they let you tour. It was a sunny day with clear view.... 更多
There's not too much to see here, but the lighthouse is beautiful and there's a short walk to get to it. Also a nice view overlooking the ocean. Nice little side trip that only takes about ten minutes.
It was located less than one mile off the 6 highway so it was a quick sight seeing stop on our way to Provincetown. Unfortunately, everything was closed during low season (and on January 1st). But it was a nice short walk to the light and and further to the coast line from the parking.
One of our favorites lighthouses and great place to visit when in Truro. About 1/2 mile walk from parking lot out to viewing area. nice little museum. Lighthouse is quaint and then views from area are unique albeit a small area. If you like lighthouses then its a must see
After passing the sign for years we decided to see the sight, and we were glad we did. This is classic Cape Cod. It's beautiful and has great views. And with the surrounding golf course it looks like a classic scene from a movie. We will be coming back in the summer to take the tour.
While on vacation, I wanted to play golf. We went to visit the Highland Light the day before to find a terrific 9/18 hole golf course connected to the venue. I made a tee time and played the next day. I am happy I did. The course is laid out very well with magnificent views of the ocean, the dunes,... 更多
This lighthouse is a beautiful place to stop and see. The light had been moved closer to the shore as erosion was endangering it from falling into the sea. But you can stand on a deck where the light originally stood and look out over the ocean and hear the waves from atop the bluffs. The lighthouse was gorgeous but... 更多
This currently active lighthouse is the oldest and tallest in Cape Cod. It was first built in 1797. In 1857, the current 66 feet structure was built and installed with a first order Fresnel lens. The lighthouse was moved about 450 feet in 1996 because erosion was threatening it. It currently has a modern automatic lighting system.