Ponce Inlet Lighthouse 2

The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse reflection can be seen in the front window of the Lens Exhibit Building. This building houses a collection of restored Fresnel lenses that were used in lighthouses. Across from the Lens Exhibit Building, the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse stands 175 feet tall, making it the tallest lighthouse in Florida.



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