Makapuu Point Lighthouse
This lighthouse is situated at the southeastern point of Oahu. The 46 ft. structure was built in 1909 and automated in 1974. A two-mile paved trail leads to the lighthouse, where visitors can enjoy views of the entire coastline and the island of Molokai. Standing 395 ft. above the water, it carries the largest lens in America and can be seen 28 miles out to sea.
Barbers Point Lighthouse
Towering at 71 ft, this lighthouse stands outside of Kalaeloa on the southwest tip of the island. The lighthouse was originally constructed in 1888 after Captain Henry Barber was involved in a ship wreck on a coral shoal off the point.
Diamond Head Lighthouse
The Diamond Head Lighthouse stands on the steep coast cliff off the extinct Diamond Head Volcano. The current structure was erected in 1917, projecting light 18 miles out into the Pacific Ocean. The original light keeper quarters are also on-site, now serving as the residence of the 14th Coast Guard District Commander.