Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Three Sisters Lighthouses in Eastham, Massachusetts, part of Cape Cod. These three fifteen foot towers were built in 1836, The Nauset Lights. They later became referred to as The Three Sisters as they were said to appear as woman who were wearing white dresses and black hats. The Three Sisters fell into the sea, and were replaced by twenty foot towers. They eventually were decommissioned and purchased and restored by the National Park Service. The National Park Service provides regular tours are available.
We had a fun Adventure to the Three Sisters Lighthouses on a warm and sunny April day. I was excited to locate these lighthouses, as there are few left in Massachusetts that I have not yet discovered. I spotted them as we drove by but it appeared the parking was closed so we parked at the nearby beach, soon locating the path labeled “Three Sisters Lighthouses. We walked down a nice paved path, past several homes before arriving at the Three Sisters Lighthouses. The Lighthouses were simple, yet unique, and pretty in their own way. They were located near one another, standing out well from the bright green grass. We visited each lighthouse checking out the details, each very similar to one another. My little hound Wilma was quite overtaken by smells in the area, and enjoyed quite the nasal sensory experience (haha). We had this location to ourselves, and took our time exploring. There were several picnic tables, some beautiful bright yellow forsythias and an educational kiosk. So glad we discovered the Three Sisters Lighthouses today, quite a unique trio (Rating: 3.5)