Grand Marais Lighthouse is located in Grand Marais in Minnesota’s Cook County. The square pyramidal skeleton style lighthouse was built in 1885 at the end of the eastern harbor breakwater. Visitors can walk along the breakwater to the lighthouse. The breakwater is constructed of concrete walkway with some flat rocky sections. The rocky sections are much like the terrain at Artist’s Point which is to the left of where the breakwater begins. On shore the old Light Keeper’s house has been converted into the Cook County Historical Museum. There is ample paved parking at the Lake Superior Grand Marais Public Water Access lot.