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Visiting and photographing [[Florida]] lighthouses are celebrated hobbies and popular travel destinations, as the buildings are maintained as tourist attractions. National Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated in the US on the first weekend of August, and International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated on the third weekend. Many lighthouses are open to the public and amateur radio operators often communicate between them on these days.
 
Visiting and photographing [[Florida]] lighthouses are celebrated hobbies and popular travel destinations, as the buildings are maintained as tourist attractions. National Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated in the US on the first weekend of August, and International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated on the third weekend. Many lighthouses are open to the public and amateur radio operators often communicate between them on these days.
 
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Revision as of 13:49, 28 September 2011

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St. Augustine Lighthouse
Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse in Ponce Inlet
Key West Lighthouse

Visiting and photographing Florida lighthouses are celebrated hobbies and popular travel destinations, as the buildings are maintained as tourist attractions. National Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated in the US on the first weekend of August, and International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is celebrated on the third weekend. Many lighthouses are open to the public and amateur radio operators often communicate between them on these days.

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Florida Panhandle

  • Cape San Blas Light
  • Cape St. George Light
  • Crooked River Light
  • Pensacola Light
  • St. Marks Light

North Florida

  • Amelia Island Light
  • St. Augustine Light
  • St. Johns River Light

Central Florida

  • Anclote Keys Light
  • Cape Canaveral Light
  • Egmont Key Light
  • Ponce de Leon Inlet Light - at 175 feet high, this is the tallest lighthouse in Florida, located in the town of Ponce Inlet. The site includes a lighthouse museum.

South Florida

  • Alligator Reef Light
  • American Shoal Light
  • Cape Florida Light
  • Carysfort Reef Light
  • Dry Tortugas Light
  • Fowey Rocks Light
  • Gasparilla Island Lights
  • Hillsboro Inlet Light
  • Jupiter Inlet Light
  • Key West Light
  • Sand Key Light
  • Sanibel Island Light
  • Sombrero Key Light
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