The historic 1860 Lighthouse does not have a ramp. However, the Museum, grounds, Tindall Pioneer Homestead, and Lighthouse Deck and Keeper's Workshop are. We also have video, printed materials at the Museum and deck. This year we are working on tour apps showcasing various parts of the property.
Many steps, in a circular fashion around the interior perimeter. BUT, ... if you can make it the view is unforgettable..!!!
No, If I remember correctly you can get close to the lighthouse but there are several steps to get in the base of the lighthouse
Lighthouse itself is not wheelchair accessible. The surrounding grounds are and the guide is available. That's to my knowledge.
The inside of the lighthouse itself is just steps to the top, but on the outside it is wheelchair accessible. You don't have to be discouraged if you can't get to the top of the lighthouse because there is so much more to see besides the lighthouse. There is an outside tour, gift shop, historic elements, and just the water and landscaping is amazing. I hope this helped.
Everywhere around lighthouse is accessible however the inside of lighthouse is not. Only spiral staircase.
There are paved paths to the base of the lighthouse which are accessible, although it is up a rolling hillside and not flat. The parking lot and gift shop is, although it small and tight. There is an accessible bathroom in the gift shop too. The lighthouse itself is not. Very steep and narrow and narrow stairs to the top. There are ramps on the grounds to get inside and see the historic cottages.
First answer is a very good description of the area.
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