We're very glad you want to visit Nobska Light!
We care about all our visitors and ask that you follow the CDC's guidance to slow the transmission of COVID-19.
The Keeper's House is under construction while we renovate this historic building.
Donations to support preservation and restoration are very welcome.
Tower tours have ended for the 2021 Season. They will resume in Summer 2022.
Please visit our Facebook page, Friends of Nobska Light, for the latest information on Tower tours .
Only the lower level of the Tower will be accessible. Masks must be worn inside the base of the tower, regardless of vaccination status.
Children must be at 45 inches tall to enter.
Shoes and shirts required.
No food or drink or smoking is permitted in the lighthouse tower.
Infants in carrying pouches are not allowed in the lighthouse.
Backpacks, large purses, large camera bags not allowed in the light room.
No liability is accepted for personal items left unattended in or on the grounds of the lighthouse.
School and adult groups are very welcome but must be arranged in advance.
Chaperones are required to accompany the group at all times during the visit and assist in monitoring the group for appropriate behavior.
There is no parking for buses on site and turning around is difficult on narrow Nobska Road. Because of the low railroad bridge on Nobska Road the road is not a throughway. Smaller vehicles are advisable.
Nobska Light is in a quiet residential neighborhood. Please respect the neighbors' property and privacy.
No liability is accepted for personal items left unattended in or on the Nobska grounds.
Right now Nobska Lighthouse is not easily accessible for people with physical challenges. When the Keeper's House is finished and the museum is opened, the site and museum will be accessible, but it will always be a lighthouse on a hill.