Grand Marais Historical Society
The Grand Marais Historical Society has converted the former keeper's dwelling at this light station into a museum.
Tower Height: 34
Description of Tower: White, square pyramidal steel skeletal tower.
This light is operational
Date Established: 1895
Date Present Tower Built: 1895
Current Use: Active aid to navigation, museum.
Open To Public? Grounds and museum.
The Grand Marais Historical Society maintains the Lighthouse Keepers Museum on Coast Guard Point in Grand Marais. The museum, featuring the restored Grand Marais Range Lights keeper's dwelling, is open daily (except Monday) in July and
August from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m., and on weekends in June and September. Private tours are available by appointment. Admission is free, though donations are gladly accepted.
Follow Highway 58 to Grand Marais, then take County Road 702 to the lighthouse station.