Cape Hatteras Lighthouse The 248 iron spiral stairs to the top of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse equals climbing to the top of a 12 story building. Tickets are available to climb the many steps of the light house. For more information visit the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse web page!
Currituck Beach Lighthouse Admission to the grounds and parking are free. There is a fee to climb the tower for everyone 8 years of age and older. Children 7 years and younger are admitted free with a climbing adult. For more information visit the Corolla Lighthouse webpage
Ocracoke Island Lighthouse Pale white and standing at a mere 75ft high, the Ocracoke Lighthouse is surrounded by fascinating history. As the second oldest operating lighthouse in the North Carolina, Ocracoke Lighthouse is of historical interest, and the grounds around it and the keeper’s cottage are open to the public.
Bodie Island Lighthouse Occasionally, volunteers from the Outer Banks Lighthouse Society and National Park Service will have the lower portion of the tower open for visitors to step in and look up the 214 spiral iron stairs. Although you can walk within a few feet of the lighthouse, access to the tower is not allowed […]