Outer Banks Lighthouses

North Carolina's Outer Banks boasts five lighthouses, or "light stations", which collectively attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Here is a list of the lighthouses located on North Carolina's Outer Banks. You’ll find some of the best views in North Carolina atop the lighthouses, including Cape Hatteras, America’s tallest lighthouse, where the amazing views are well worth the visit.

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Climbing the Bodie Island Lighthouse.

8210 Bodie Island Lighthouse Rd, Nags Head, NC

Climbing the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Climbing the historic Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is a unique experience.

46368 Lighthouse Road, Hatteras, NC

Welcome to Currituck Beach Light Station. This red-brick lighthouse towers above the northern Outer Banks landscape in the historic Corolla Village.

1101 Corolla Village Rd, Corolla, NC

Ocracoke Light was built in Hyde County, on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina in 1823 by Massachusetts builder Noah Porter. The lighthouse stands 75 feet tall.

Lighthouse Rd, Ocracoke, NC

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse on the Manteo Waterfront. The lighthouse is on the Manteo waterfront, on the east side of Roanoke Island.

Queen Elizabeth Ave, Manteo, NC
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