This lighthouse is one to visit. It is not on the water but high up on a hill. The twin lights and the large, beautiful stone connector are truly wonderful. You are able to view NY City from here. A real treat !
We visited here with friends from South Jersey ( we are from the UK ) as we had been staying in Red Bank for a concert and this was on our way back to Atlantic county. What a wonderful place! The day was perfect and clear and so much to see. Loved the lights themselves. Both were open and we... 更多
Unique historic lighthouse - actually two lights. Great visit in conjunction with Sandy Hook lighthouse a few miles away. On a clear day, there are tremendous views of Sandy Hook, with New York City in the distance. The climb to the top of the lighthouse is easy – only a few dozen steps. The museum includes a limited-time display of... 更多
We visited the place here today with my family including grand-kids. It was fun. We climbed the stairs of the Northern Tower, admired the spectacular views and visited the small but well maintained museum. This place has a great location and interesting history - it definitely is worth a visit.
The place is not very big and the souvenir shop is very small also.If you climb the stairs,which are very narrow and steep,you will get a beautiful view of the town of Highlands,the Shrewsbury river and the Atlantic ocean.
This place is a hidden gem for people who like history, lighthouses, and a pretty view. You can walk around the grounds and get some history. Inside are some small rooms with very interesting information. You can walk up the narrow steps to the top of one of the lighthouses for a grand view!
Best part is that it's free!! We walked up to the top and it's got awesome views of sandy hook and nyc. Steps go around and not elevator .. Near the top it gets narrow.. Interesting to learn about the life saving station .. Sandy hook closed thier visitor satiation so go here instead
These lights are the basis of the Army Corp of Engineers insignia. And they are the site of the first wireless transmission across the Atlantic. AND you can climb to the top of one of them!