Most complete U.S. Lifesaving Station site in the nation, with original station built in 1874 and a second station constructed in 1911. Five outbuildings, including the 1911 Cook House and the 1907 Midgett House, comprise the remaining structures.
Family-oriented programs offered during summer months, including the Beach Apparatus Drill reenactment! Exhibits include artifacts, apparatus, documents, uniforms, photographs, including displays of the of the Outer Banks Lifesaving Station.
Location NC Highway 12 in the village of Rodanthe, on Hatteras Island at the MP 39.5
Hours Open mid-April through November. Call for schedule.
Admission $6.00 Adult (18 - 61) $4.00 Seniors (62+) $4.00 Youth (6 - 17) $5.00 Group Rate/Tour rate (per person rate, 20+ in group) - includes orientation & program Children 5 and under are free