Old Lighthouse Museum

category : Museums
First government-operated lighthouse in Connecticut (1823), moved in 1840 to present location. Changing and permanent exhibits including maritime artifacts, Oriental trade, Battle of Stonington, children?s room, tower climb.

Admission: Adults $5, children (6-12) $3.
Hours: May-Nov.,
Address: 7 Water St.
I-95 Ex. 91
Phone: (860) 535-1440

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