Shawn Michaels


It was built in 1828 (originally) the Twin Navesink Lightstation. The lighthouse, which still stands today, was rebuilt in 1862. It later became known as the "Twin Lights" Lighthouse in Highlands, Monmouth County. If your looking for a day trip with some history here at the Jersey Shore, then this is one for your travel list. What makes this Lighthouse unique is the two towers, not just one but two towers.

Architect Joseph Lederle designed the current structure with two non-identical towers connected by keepers' quarters and storage rooms.

January & February the Lighthouse is open on Saturday & Sunday 10 am to Noon and 1 - 4 pm. It's definitely a unique Lighthouse and a piece of Jersey Shore history so take some time and take a ride to Highlands.



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