Been here in the summer, winter, and fall. The museum is not open in winter but you can walk around and see the buildings and the lake. The roof on the lighthouse was redone last year and looks great. Love what our dues to the Keweenaw Historical Society do!
This lighthouse with museum is a must see for those visiting the Keweenaw peninsula in Michigan. Apart from the views of Lake Superior and the photo opportunities, the lighthouse and lighthouse residence are worth the visit. If one is interested in the history of the area and of the Great Lakes, the displays, photographs and explanations are a font of... 更多
We are traveling the surrounding area and stopping at Lighthouses along the way. Several buildings available to tour on your own for a small fee. The lighthouse which includes the keepers quarters is filled with pictures and the history of many of the keepers who ran the lighthouse since it was built in late 1800's. They even a 1926 Chrysler... 更多
Very interesting buildings. The museum held tons of records and artifacts from years past. The lighthouse keepers' home was furnished in period furnishings. This gave a good look into living in the early 1900's. A guide was very knowledgable and interesting to hear. You can spend as much time as you want wandering around the buildings and grounds. Views of... 更多
Museum warn open when we came through, but took lots of pictures of the lighthouse. Interesting historical information available on ships that travel Lake Superior. Highly recommend a stop here!
A great stop for a bit of history. You can tell the site is lovingly cared for by those who volunteer and support this still functioning lighthouse. They have a lovely collection of historical items and stories from this location and area. Shipwrecks, information on the lighthousekeepers and more. The gentleman at the front was awesome, telling us where to... 更多
Quite interesting. The Lighthouse main living section is made to look how it was back then with time pieces and furniture. It will take you back in time-nostalgic! There was a cost to enter but there were five buildings you could visit. Would recommend.