Ocracoke Lighthouse www.nps.gov OnlineWebsite - www.nps.govAddressLighthouse RoadOcracoke, NC 27960PhonePrimary - (252) 926-9171Toll Free - (888) 493-3826TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 295 reviews The Ocracoke Lighthouse is a 75-foot sturdy, whitewashed tower built of brick with a concrete veneer exterior. Completed in 1823, the walls of the lighthouse are five feet thick at the base. For more than 175 years, its beacon has shown out across this remote island and across the treacherous waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It has braved countless storms and weathered many hardships. Its bright light is visible 14 miles at sea. It has led generations of sailors home and has become a symbol of the independent islanders who have made Ocracoke their home for more than 200 years. The interior of the lighthouse is not open to the public but wonderful photo opportunities are available on the grounds. Historic Ocracoke is on the Historic Albemarle Tour. The lighthouse is also one of 10 historic sites on the Hyde County Talking Houses and Historic Places driving tour. TripAdvisorTripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 295 reviewsSee all 295 reviews.Write a review.