On Saturday, Sept. 29, the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge will reopen its historic lighthouse to members of the public.
Tours are available throughout the day, allowing people to observe the renovations to Florida’s second-oldest lighthouse. The project was funded by grants from the Florida Division of Historical Resources, the Florida Lighthouse Association and through private donations.
Get a behind-the-scenes look with St. Marks ranger Robin Will and project superintendent Ray Christie, on the Tallahassee Democrat website.
Visitors can tour the keeper’s house the first Friday and Saturday of each month for a $2-per-person fee.