Fish Creek, Wis. (July 21, 2020) – The Door County Historical Society is excited to announce Eagle Bluff Lighthouse is opening July 20th!
In partnership with the WI DNR, the DCHS has put extra safety precautions in place to protect Eagle Bluff Lighthouse patrons and employees:
● Masks are required for guests to enter the Gift Shop or take a tour. Disposable and reusable masks will be available for purchase. All staff members will wear masks.
● Please refrain from visiting us if you are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID- 19.
● The number of people inside the lighthouse is limited to 5.
● The number of people inside the lighthouse on walk-through tours is limited to 8.
● Hand sanitizer stations are outside all entry points for guests to sanitize their hands before entering.
● After each tour and after every 5 guests, staff will disinfect all touchable surfaces and use a 100% total kill air sweep in each room.
● After each guest a checkout, staff will sanitize the counter and iPad.
● Staff will use hand sanitizer after every customer and every 30 minutes.
“The DCHS has been working closely with the WI DNR to determine the best cleaning procedures in an effort to keep our guests and staff safe during this time,” said Executive Director, Bailey Koepsel.
Added Linda Faust, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Site Manager, “We are excited to open Eagle Bluff Lighthouse for the 2020 season and we are confident the policies developed with Peninsula State Park will help protect Eagle Bluff visitors and staff.”
Beginning July 20, 2020 Eagle Bluff Lighthouse will be open 7 days a week, 10-3:30pm for $5 walk-through tours of the Keeper’s Residence and tower climbs.