Tickets: $95 – 99
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In the middle of the Long Island Sound off the shores of the "Great Gatsby" coastline of Long Island, sits an unassuming lighthouse filled with stories of fires, shipwrecks, murders, and ghostly encounters — now's your chance to explore the island and uncover its eerie past for yourself.
Join New York Adventure Club (https://www.nyadventureclub.com/)
for an exclusive exploration of Execution Rocks Lighthouse (https://www.travelchannel.com/shows/ghost-adventures/articles/execution-rocks-haunted-history), a privately-owned 1850s lighthouse in the middle of the Long Island Sound built to help ships navigate the rocky waters.
Led by the Philadelphia couple that owns the Execution Rocks Lighthouse, our incredibly unique experience will include:
• Round trip boat transportation to and from the lighthouse
• An overview of Execution Rocks Lighthouse and the legends behind its morbid name
• An opportunity to explore the famed lighthouse and light keeper's quarters on your own
• A glass of bubbly on the boat trip back to the mainland
Click here (https://nyadventureclub.com/gallery/26196307) to see pictures from one of our last visits to Execution Rocks Lighthouse!
See you there!
*Closed-toe shoes are required
**The island can only be accessed by a steel ladder
***Transportation to Port Washington is not included
****Guests are encouraged to pick up their own lunch in Port Washington, which can be eaten on the island
*****While handheld cameras are encouraged, tripods, videocameras, and selfie sticks are not permitted
******No children under the age of 13 are permitted
*******Guests will be required to fill out the Execution Rocks Lighthouse liability waiver before the tour begins
By Public Transit:
Take the Port Washington-bound Long Island Rail Road train departing at 10:48am from Penn Station, and disembark at the Port Washington Station, which is the last stop. Town Dock is a 10-minute walk from the train station.
LIRR tickets can now be purchased via your smartphone — click here (http://www.mta.info/mta-eTix-promo) for more details.
Trains from Port Washington Station depart for Penn Station at the following times: 4:11pm and 5:11pm.
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