The National Lighthouse Museum is located on the grounds of the former U.S. Lighthouse Service “Super” Depot on the North Shore of Staten Island. The interior of our Educational Resource Center in Building 11 and many of our initial exhibits were designed by the award-winning integrated design firm , Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design (LHSA+DP).
There is still much work to do, so please come by to see what has been accomplished. While you are here you will learn about the future plans for the National Lighthouse Museum and how it fits into the exciting Lighthouse Point development project.
The museum and gift shop is open to visitors Tuesday through Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closed Mondays and all legal holidays.
Visitors will see:
- Building 11 and current exhibits
- Exterior views of Building 10 and other historic buildings on the site
- Gifts and souvenirs for purchase in our gift shop
- A scenic views of New York Harbor from Pier 1
Also in the About section you can learn about the Museum’s history and mission, as well as find out who is on our staff. To find out what we’ve been up to recently check out the past few issues of the NLM Quarterly News Letter.