- June-September: Thursday from 4:00pm to 6:00pm; Sunday from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
- October 21 and 22 for the lighthouse challenge
- For groups and special tours, call 732-447-6419
- Lectures on maritime themes offered four times a year
- Dates vary
- ADA accessible
- Gift shop
Squan Beach Life Saving Station
124 Ocean Ave, Manasquan, NJ 08736
Established in 1902, the Squan Beach Life Saving Station is an historic site and maritime landmark located in the Borough of Manasquan. The facility was built to house volunteers and equipment used to save victims of shipwrecks off the Manasquan area coast. In the 1930s, the station became part of the US Coast Guard and served as the Manasquan Coast Guard until 1996. Today, the station features maritime historic displays and presentations for the public, a maritime environment for training purposes, and meeting spaces for community civic groups. The building is the only site in Manasquan listed on the National and State Registries of Historic Places.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
- Attend a lecture to learn about local maritime history
- Explore the museum featuring historic displays and artifacts
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