Marblehead Lighthouse

A beautiful summer day at the Marblehead Lighthouse State Park. Built in 1821 on a rocky point of Lake Erie, this is the oldest continually operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. It's home to a small maritime museum that houses the original Fresnel lens from the tower.

Views of Lake Erie and Sandusky Bay can be seen from the park and tower - and it's only $2 to climb up.

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