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A definite San Diego must see...history with a spectacular view of the city. A charming old lighthouse and visitors center. We love the bayside hike as well, just wish it was a loop rather than out the same way you came.
Excellent place to go an see the bay from another perspective. A good walk, since you have to park below. Many times there is too much traffic (Welcome to California) and it is impossible to park. Bring your camera, it is worth the view.
Pretty cool restored lighthouse. Able to visit first two floors only. Furnished to time period of use. Gives insight to light keepers life. Easy to access using public transit on bus 84. Did not pay any entrance fee on the bus. Great way to spend...More
Although this lighthouse only operated for 30 years due to the weather, the stturdy, compact structure is worth a visit. In addition to the interior furnished rooms of the lightkeeper and his family, you can learn about the mechanics of lights in the almost adjacent...More
The old lighthouse is a picturesque scene from every angle. It is gloriously and prominently perched atop the cliffs at an elevation of over 400 feet. Below in seemingly every which way is stunning blue water. You cannot go to the top but for three...More
Maintained as an historic monument the lighthouse affords views both over the bay and into the past. With the rooms furnished and maintained to mimic the times in which the lighthouse was used it provides an insight into the life of the family that resided....More
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You pay a fee to get into the Carrillo National Monument Park. I think it was like $10. But once you're past the gate then everything else is free. There is no additional fee to go into the lighthouse, or the visitor center... More
You pay a fee to get into the Carrillo National Monument Park. I think it was like $10. But once you're past the gate then everything else is free. There is no additional fee to go into the lighthouse, or the visitor center or the tidepools.