1860 LIGHT STATION
In 1849, a light tower was erected on top the north bluff overlooking downtown. Re-built in 1860, our historic light station includes the lighthouse with lantern room atop the modified school house design and keeper’s living quarters.
The highlight of every tour is the climb to the lantern room, featuring our replica 4th order Fresnel lens and fabulous views.
May 28 through September 4
1PM - 4PM
Saturday and Sunday
Group tours by appointment with a week advance notice are possible if docent available. Email email@example.com
Adults - $6
Children 6 – 17 - $3
Children Under 5- Free
Touring the Lighthouse Museum - all ages.
Children must be at least 6 years old
to climb the tower.
Purchase A Timed Entry Ticket
All Port Washington Historical Society Members receive free admission.
311 Johnson St
Port Washington, WI 53074
Volunteers are essential to our success! Our guides share a wide variety of abilities, skills, and interests. No prior experiences or knowledge of lighthouses is necessary.
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Thank you for your interest in learning how you can be a part of our mission.
Visitors in the Light Station Tower
Panoramic view from tower