SAN DIEGO – The Old Point Loma Lighthouse will be holding an "Open Lighthouse Day" Wednesday, opening up the rooms to visitors and featuring living historians.
Wednesday was scheduled to be one of the three days a year the lighthouse tower is open to the public, but due to the forecasted rain, the "Open Tower Day" was rescheduled to April 19. The light in the tower has been out of service for 126 years, but the views from the top are incredible.
At the event, volunteers will be dressed in 19th-century clothes, bringing to life what it was like to live in the lighthouse in the 1800s.
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