Climb its 101 steps, 89 feet high (120 feet above sea level) for a breezy view. Originally built in 1864, the landmark candy-cane-striped tower was rebuilt in 1934. It’s an easy climb with Instagram views of the harbor and town from every landing and the open-air apex. One of three kerosene-powered lights in the world (the other two are also in the Bahamas), it was built to assist wreckers back in the day.
Daily 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.