Plan Your Visit to the Old Lighthouse Museum in Stonington

The Old Lighthouse Museum is appropriate for all ages.  Open seasonally from May through October, the Lighthouse is packed with exhibits pertaining to Stonington history. 

 

Open May - October

The Old Lighthouse Museum is open daily, 10:00 - 5:00; CLOSED on Wednesdays.



Your ticket includes admission to the Capt Palmer House: $9 adults; $6 children $25 Family Rate Free to Members Groups are by appointment only 7 Water Street, Stonington, CT 06378 Telephone: (860) 535-8445 ext 30

director@stoningtonhistory.org

Take Exit 91 on I-95. Turn south on Route 234 (Pequot Trail) 0.4 miles to left turn at North Main Street and proceed 1.5 miles to traffic light at intersection with Route 1. Turn right on Route 1. Turn left at next traffic light onto North Water Street (Route 1A). Immediately across Lambert's Cove bridge, you will pass the Capt. Palmer House on your left. Proceed to stop sign and turn left onto Trumbull Street. Continue straight to second stop sign (intersection with Alpha Avenue) and turn right onto railroad bridge to Water Street. Follow Water Street (one way) through historic Stonington Village to the end. Park at the Point and walk back to the Lighthouse.