Dive into a sea of excitement! Families are invited to explore 'History Shaped by Nature' at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. From sea-inspired activities to captivating performances and enriching education, there's adventure for all ages. Join in on an unforgettable journey where the past and the present collide in a wave of discovery.

Local organizations such as The Nature Conservancy, FishingCommunity.org, and The River Center will be partaking in the fun-filled day. Families can discover the nature trails of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area and receive a backpack and Jr. Park Ranger Booklets, complete with coloring pages and other activities, provided by the Bureau of Land Management; climb 105 stairs to the top of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse; walk through the native plant trail where children will walk amongst recycled art and then draw a piece of their own trash to make “trash art”; learn the scientific process of how rocks “blow”; participate in a children-friendly obstacle course; meet Manny the manatee who will be guiding guests; create a lighthouse lantern craft; try their hand at catching fish off the pier (fishing supplies will be provided); and engage with unique wildlife, native to South Florida, including a corn snake.

 Date: Saturday, January 20th, 2024

Timed ticket entry: 10am to 1pm or 1pm to 4pm

Location: Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum | 500 Captain Armour's Way | Jupiter, FL

For more information and to purchase tickets, click, here.


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