The tour guide at the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse provided so much interesting information on the family that operated the lighthouse and those that occupied it after that and all the history of the space. You get to walk through the small house they used and even get to climb to the top to pop your head in and see the light. The length and depth of the tour was more than I expected, well worth the money if you're into that kind of stuff.
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