The Eagle Harbor Lighthouse Complex is located at Eagle Harbor in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. The complex consists of the Keweenaw History Museum, the Commercial Fishing Museum, the Maritime Museum and of course, the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse. The Keweenaw History Museum contains displays that exhibit mining, shipping, tourism and early life of the Keweenaw through photographs and artifacts that trace back to the 6,000 year old history of mining. There are details of the wreck of the S.S. Bangor in 1926 and its load of Chrysler automobiles. The Commercial Fishing Museum exhibits many displays of commercial fishing and activities in the Keweenaw and also of the many generations of families the fished here. The Maritime museum is located inside of the old Fog Signal Building. It contains displays that look at the role of shipping on Lake Superior, models of ships, photographs, navigation displays, maritime equipment, an operational marine radio and so much more.
Hours of Operation:
Mid-June – Early Oct Mon-Sat 10:00am – 5:00pm Sunday 12:00pm – 5:00pm