Tickets are selling fast of the 2019 Door County Fall Lighthouse Festival, Saturday and Sunday, October 12-13. The Festival weekend includes boat and adventure tours that together reach many of the eleven treasured lighthouses of Door County. Tickets for the Door County Fall Lighthouse Festival are now available for purchase at DoorCountyTickets.com and range in price from $40-80 per person.
Exciting additions to the Festival this year include adventurous kayak excursions to view historic Door County lighthouses, as well as Death’s Door Adventure Rafting. Several tour excursions are unique to the Lighthouse Festival weekend, and provide visitors exclusive access to several lighthouses not typically open to the public, including Chambers Island and the Plum & Pilot Island Lighthouses.
There are tours for all levels of activity and accessibility. Boat tours depart from a variety of locations around the Peninsula, including Fish Creek, Gills Rock and Baileys Harbor.
The Door County Maritime Museum & Lighthouse Preservation Society, Inc. preserves Great Lakes maritime history, primarily focusing on Door County, Wisconsin, and provides interpretive and educational opportunities for current and future generations. The Museum operates three locations, including the Door County Maritime Museum along the working waterfront in Sturgeon Bay; the iconic Cana Island Lighthouse in Baileys Harbor; and the Death’s Door Maritime Museum in Gills Rock. As one of northeast Wisconsin’s top tourism destinations, attracting more than 70,000 visitors annually, the Door County Maritime Museum serves as a resource for all 72 counties in Wisconsin.
For more information, please visit www.DCMM.org or call (920) 743-5958.