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We took a road trip up the Keweenaw Peninsula from our home base for a week in the Porcupine Mountains. There are many waterfalls and lighthouses to explore, and the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse was by far the most scenic.
This historic lighthouse is now run by the Keweenaw Historical Society. You can drive to it as it just off Hwy 26. the grounds are open and the dwelling/tower is also open from mid-June to early Oct. There is also a very nice Maritime Museum...More
Didn't take the tour, but walked around the grounds, and enjoyed it immensely! Great places to photograph the lake, especially on the deck. Will be going back that way, and will be sure to take the tour next time.
The history behind everything here is very interesting. The grounds and museum are free to go into and travel around. The lighthouse is the only thing that does cost money to go up into. The man who greets you in the beginning is very sweet...More
Great place for pictures and a history lesson! It was after hours (5:15 p.m.) by the time we got there so the museum and gift shop was closed for the day. Not a lot of parking. No access to Lake Superior from this spot.
Beautiful lighthouse! It costs $5.00 per adult and children are free. The lighthouse volunteers do an excellent job telling you all the history of the lighthouse!! Worth a stop on the way back from Copper Harbor.