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“To Preserve and Promote the Lighthouse Heritage of Long Island”

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Passport Program

A holder of a United States Lighthouse Society lighthouse passport can have it stamped with a unique emblem at selected lighthouse locations.

There are four panels on each page of the passport, and each panel should have a different lighthouse stamp. If for some reason you visit a lighthouse where you can't get your passport stamped (it is not participating in the passport program, is closed when you visit, etc.), you can take a picture of the lighthouse, cut out a logo of the lighthouse from a brochure and paste it in the square, or draw it in if you're artistic, etc.

Once the passport is filled, send it (or a copy) in to the US Lighthouse Society office at 244 Kearny Ave. 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 for verification. It will be reviewed and returned with an embroidered patch that proclaims, "I've Seen the Light!"

Passports are available from the LI Chapter gift shop. Contact us for more information.

View a listing and information on participating Long Island lighthouses.