Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum

The Grand Traverse Lighthouse historic site is restored to the 1920's and 1930's time period.

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Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum

The Grand Traverse Lighthouse historic site is restored to the 1920's and 1930's time period. Visitors can tour the keeper's side of the lighthouse and climb the spiral staircase to the tower for a spectacular view of Lake Michigan. Visit the Fog Signal Building to learn about our area shipwrecks and drive the ROV (remote operated vehicle). The lighthouse sits inside the Leelanau State Park. Visit the new playground and/or go for a hike.

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Leelanau State Park
15310 N Lighthouse Point RD
Northport, MI 49670
GPS: 45.20539, -85.54533
Hours: May, September, October, November 10am to 3pm; June, July, August 10am to 5pm