This colonial-era lighthouse was built in the 1930s replacing an earlier lighthouse that had been built in 1871. It has become a tourist attraction over time however there is no gift shops or ticket offices here, so there are no massive queues and set prices.
Usually someone trying to persuade you to use them as a guide. The 28-metre (92 ft) structure has become a viewing platform for those wanting to see views the Jamestown . If you can manage the spiral stair case you will enjoy some excellent views of across Jamestown and the fishing harbor.
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