Little Red Lighthouse Tour

Take a tour of this storied lighthouse and learn about its connection to the famed children’s book, “The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.” Visitors can climb the staircase to the lantern room, which contains a working lens that blinks at barges and passenger ships sailing under the George Washington Bridge. While visiting, a ranger will also give your group a guided tour of the park, sharing facts and stories about the Revolutionary War and Fort Washington, as well as lessons on the park’s natural surroundings and history.

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Little Red Lighthouse Tour

Take a tour of this storied lighthouse and learn about its connection to the famed children’s book, “The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.” Visitors can climb the staircase to the lantern room, which contains a working lens that blinks at barges and passenger ships sailing under the George Washington Bridge. While visiting, a ranger will also give your group a guided tour of the park, sharing facts and stories about the Revolutionary War and Fort Washington, as well as lessons on the park’s natural surroundings and history.

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Little Red Lighthouse Tour

Take a tour of this storied lighthouse and learn about its connection to the famed children’s book, “The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.” Visitors can climb the staircase to the lantern room, which contains a working lens that blinks at barges and passenger ships sailing under the George Washington Bridge. While visiting, a ranger will also give your group a guided tour of the park, sharing facts and stories about the Revolutionary War and Fort Washington, as well as lessons on the park’s natural surroundings and history.

contact info

Little Red Lighthouse Tour

Take a tour of this storied lighthouse and learn about its connection to the famed children’s book, “The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.” Visitors can climb the staircase to the lantern room, which contains a working lens that blinks at barges and passenger ships sailing under the George Washington Bridge. While visiting, a ranger will also give your group a guided tour of the park, sharing facts and stories about the Revolutionary War and Fort Washington, as well as lessons on the park’s natural surroundings and history.

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