Eagle Harbor Lighthouse is located at Eagle Harbor in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. The lighthouse was originally built in 1851 and replaced in 1871. The light keepers and assistants dwelling buildings have been converted into a Museum Complex. The 44 foot (18m) tall light tower and light keepers dwellings are furnished with authentic period pieces. The white building that was once the assistant keepers dwelling is now a Commercial Fishing Museum. To reach the lighthouse and museum complex take North St. off M-26 and loop around Lighthouse Road to the parking area. Spend time exploring the complex and enjoy the Lake Superior views at this lighthouse steeped in history.
Hours of operation: Mid-June – Early Oct 10am – 5:00pm