Michigan Island Lighthouse
Built: 1857. A 112' tower was added to the station in 1929. The island has a dock and is accessible by boat. Special cruises offer views of the station.
Hours of Operation
National Park volunteers offer guided tours of the station daily, mid-June thru late Sept from 9am-11am and 1pm-4pm.
Located on the south end of Michigan Island, one of the Apostle Islands off the Bayfield Peninsula in northern Wisconsin.
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Articles: Michigan Island Lighthouse
For more than a century, lighthouses have guided navigators through the waters of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. Today, these historic lighthouses are a traveler's treasure. Many of these majestic structures are still standing as monuments to Wisconsin's rich maritime history. Read More