The lighthouse Tybee Island Light is on the north-eastern end of Tybee Island, Georgia, by the Savannah River Entrance. It is one of the 7 colonial towers that persisted, albeit heavily altered in the mid 1800s. The third tower was built in 1773 by John Mullryne. It was a 100-ft (30-m) high brick tower, which first had an oil lighting system, but was converted to oil lamps when it was transferred to the federal government in 1790. The third turret was built in 1773. In 1822, the site received a second tower to set up a range. In 1857, all buildings provided lenses from the Fresnel, with a fourth-order lens on the lower front side.
To check out a lot of history and the guided tours are great. The sights from the lighthouse are great as well. It was not a tough climb as there are about four deliveries on the way up so that if you need it, you might make a break. It’s definitely worth the climb. The Light Station on Tybee Island hasn’t deceived. It was awesome to see the shot from the top. You will also see the lighthouse guard’s cottages and his underlings. So very fascinating! So it’s very interesting! No matter if the visitor comes to the city during the off season or. This is a wonderful place to visit! Really suggested! Quite recommended! This is a huge little island full of beauty, grace and tradition!
Nice museum of history with many fascinating objects and details. Superb views of the island, beaches and the Savannah River mouth are offered by Lighthouse. Good exercise too, all the steps up to the top. Quite insightful and interesting tour. Unbelievable top views. You should take your time around the lighthouse, especially on the tours. So much needs to be learned. This was a wonderful experience and a journey from Savannah worthwhile. Great views and even better images. A lot of space close by and beach access too. You make a big mistake if you don’t stop in the area.
This amazing location is located in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, along with these other must-see places of interest:
- Tybee Island Light Station
- The Savannah International Trade & Convention Center
- The Georgia Historical Society
- Savannah’s Haitian Monument
- Savannah Riverfront
- The Savannah Civic Center
- Ellis Square
- Franklin Square
- Fort Jackson
- Forsyth Park
And after your visit make sure to stop by the best CBD Store in Savannah, Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary, on West Victory Drive!