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This is a nice little lighthouse and you will enjoy your visit if you plan accordingly. The lighthouse is only open for tours on Sunday afternoons until 3:45 from Memorial Day through Labor Day mainly because the Admiral lives in the lighthouse keepers house and...More
We knew the light house would be closed for tours however, we thought we would get some good outside shots and views back to Downtown Seattle. Unfortunately it was not easy to locate and most access points were private property. Would try again in summer...More
We drove to Alki Point and located the lighthouse. It was fenced in and on private property so we could not get a great picture. We saw it the next day from the Ferry to Bainbridge Island and got better pictures that way. The views...More
The Alki Point Lighthouse in West Seattle is fascinating little spot full of local history. A perfect place to swing by while checking out the West Seattle Farmers Market.
Lots of interesting artifacts and friendly US Coast Guard Auxiliary tour guides are on hand during...More
It looks like a very beautiful and well kept lighthouse. It closed at 3:30 for tours according to the sign, so we couldn't go into the fenced area. The lighthouse is surrounged by private homes so you have to know it is there to find...More
We were able to make the tour which runs summer weekends in the afternoon. Check their website for more info - they even have someone responding to emails regarding the light. The guides were very knowledgeable and I was able to climb the tower for...More
There were specific timings for a guided tour. Other than that, it belonged to a private residential area which outsider like us are not permitted to enter.
Alki Beach itself is good enough for me and I did not really find the guided tour worthy...More
The tours are held on weekends and there isn't all that much to see as the lighthouse is small. The original light is amazing and the grounds on which the lighthouse is located are lovely and not open to the public except for when the...More