Hereford Inlet Lighthouse
If not for the light standing tall above its Victorian architecture, you might
mistake the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse for a prime vacation home. Built in 1874,
this lighthouse was one of the more well-appointed along the Jersey Shore,
featuring five fireplaces and beautiful living quarters for the keeper and his
family. Outside, you can see the lovely garden of flowers and herbs that invites
passersby. Hereford Inlet Lighthouse now offers a small museum and is listed on
the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
There is an Admission fee.
Copyright © 2001-
, Terry Muse
Revised: October 8, 2001
Contact: Terry Muse
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