Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society
The Marblehead Lighthouse Historical Society is a non-profit organization formed to establish a museum for the preservation of the history of this unique village on the shores of Lake Erie and Sandusky Bay, with a special interest in its historic Marblehead Lighthouse.
Lighthouse TowerThe Lighthouse and Museums are open daily from 12 - 4, Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day
Lifesaving StationThe construction of a replica of the 1876 U.S. Lifesaving Station was completed in 2016.
Keeper's HouseThe present Keeper’s House was constructed in 1880 and was home to 16 keepers and their families.
BricksThe Marblehead Lighthouse State Park, with the help of the Historical Society, is currently selling commemorative bricks for the brick pathway.
THINGS TO DO
Climb the 77 steps to the top. Tickets are sold at the tower. Admission age 6 and up - $3. Under 6 - free.
See the Fresnel lens and learn about the history of the lighthouse.
Visit the Replica of the Lifesaving Station. Look at the exhibits and imagine what it was like to rescue boats and sailors in distress.
Enjoy the Waterfront
From the Lighthouse property, you will have a great view of Kelley's Island, South Bass Island and Cedar Point. The views are breathtaking.
Pack a Picnic
The perfect place for a picnic. Bring some food and spend some time.
Take some pictures
The Marblehead Lighthouse is one of the most photographed landmarks in Ohio. Each day and season brings a new beauty to the park.