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We knew the lighthouse was closed, but drove there anyway. We were able to walk up to it and take pictures. There is a box outside the door with brochures. We appreciated that because it gave the history of this little light house. Hoping to...More
We visited the lighthouse rather late in the day, but despite a immanent closing time, the staff was most accommodating and actually stayed late so that we didn't have to rush. I sail on Lake Ontario and must pass the lighthouse as I motor through...More
This little lighthouse is a must see for anyone who lives in Rochester. The group of volunteers who take their time to try to raise funds and to keep it open should be commended. My only complaint on our tour was small. When in the...More
This light house is in a nice area in Charlotte. The beach is right there with the carousel as well as some nice restaurants. Make sure to check hours online before stopping in but it is a nice way to pass an hour. The museum...More
We had to drive around quite a bit even with a GPS to find the little street that takes you up to it. It is very quaint and overlooks the river and waterside places. It would be more fun on a Spring Day or stop...More
I recommend taking the tour when it's offered. It's not open until 1pm. I went early in the week when it was not open, but went back on the weekend when I had some free time. The tour is only $5, but you get a...More
The location of this lighthouse seems rather strange, unless the port/marina area has greatly expanded since the lighthouse was first operational. Its current inland location makes you wonder how ti would help ships out on Lake Ontario. We've been there a couple times, but we...More