We would be delighted to welcome you as our guest to our facilities, offices, and stores so you can learn more about how we are creating opportunities for the independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind in our community.

To schedule a tour, please contact our Contact Center at contactcenter@lhblind.org, or by phone at 800-799-0402, and press “5.” Whenever possible, please allow 3 weeks advance notice. Please note that tours that have not received an RSVP within 48 hours of the scheduled tour time will be canceled.

Who should visit the Lighthouse?

  • Employers: If you are interested in making jobs at your workplace accessible for blind applicants, come and see firsthand how it’s done.
  • Financial supporters: We appreciate your generosity and want to show you what you have helped to build. You will be amazed!
  • Community members: If you are interested in creating opportunities for people who are blind, visit us and learn more about our mission and programs. Let’s talk about how we can work together.
  • Vendors and customers: If you are one of our business partners or interested in doing business with us, come see for yourself how your partnership supports our mission and makes a difference for people with visual disabilities.

View a tour schedule

Driving Directions

The Lighthouse has informational packets and CD-roms about our history and training programs, including our nationally acclaimed DeafBlind Program. For further information, please contact Kate Wiegel at (206) 436-2116 or via e-mail at kwiegel@lhblind.org.


School Tours

Find out more about how your class can participate in our School Tour program!

Ethel L. Dupar’s Fragrant Garden Tours

View garden tour dates. More information about Ethel L. Dupar’s Fragrant Garden.

Lighthouse Set-Up Machinist Chris Loomis (left) demonstrating his Okuma CNC machine to a tour group from Microsoft
School Tour participants get to learn first-hand how people who are DeafBlind live and work
Outside view of the Fragrant Garden facing down the entrance ramp with trees with red leaves overhead