Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is committed to doing our part as we address the ramifications of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community and beyond. Our top priority is the health and safety of our visitors, guests, volunteers and staff members.
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum has become one of Michigan’s most popular destinations in the cultural tourism industry, attracting over 75,000 visitors each season. Museum patrons learn about the perils of maritime transport on the Great Lakes at the Whitefish Point Light Station, an Historic Site on the National Register of Historic Places. See the Whitefish Point Light Tower, in continuous operation for 155 years, the oldest operating lighthouse on Lake Superior.
Museum Admission prices:
- Adults: $14.00
- Children 17 and under: $10.00
- Children under 5: FREE
- Family, 2 adults and 2 or more children: $45.00
- Single Family, 1 adult and 2 or more children: $32.00
- A tour of the Shipwreck Museum Campus includes:
- Self-guided tour of the Shipwreck Museum Building & Exhibits
- 20-minute video presentation (as seen in the museum store and the Surfboat House)
- Guided tour of 1861 Lightkeeper’s Quarters & Exhibits
- Guided tour of 1923 Surfboat House & Exhibits
Visitors enjoy walking among several historic structures, recently restored by the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society. New facilities provide restrooms, meeting areas, food and beverages, and even an overnight experience in the 1923 Crews Quarters Building. For further information, please call toll-free 800-635-1742.