Watch Hill Lighthouse Museum
The Watch Hill Lighthouse Museum is a small, historic jewel that visitors are welcome to discover on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons throughout July and August. Commissioned in 1807 by President Thomas Jefferson, the lighthouse has served the seafaring community of Watch Hill and its neighbors for over 200 years.
Facility open to the public:Yes
Open to the public by:Regular Hours | Special Events
Offer facility rentals:No
Site is ADA compliant:Partially
Items in collection by type:Archives | Historic buildings | Manuscripts | Manuscripts | Paintings | Photographs | Postcards | Tools
Access to information:Exhibits
Watch Hill, Westerly, hurricane of 1938, lighthouse, lens, lighthouse keepers.
Watch Hill, South County, Westerly.