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daily, May through October. Admission to the grounds and tower is $12 for adults and $10 for kids ages 5-17. Kids 4 and under are admitted free but are not permitted up the tower (kids 5 and older must be 42 inches tall to climb). Tours of the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse in Peninsula State Park are offered daily in the summer. During the Door County Lighthouse Festival a also special trolley tour will also visit the lighthouse. ORG XMIT: MJS1405281624453061 (Photo: Door County Visitor Bureau, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) This 1868 lighthouse, constructed from Cream City brick, sits high above Green Bay on a bluff in Peninsula State Park, one of the state's most popular parks. Tours are offered from mid-May through mid-October and cost $8 for adults, $5 for student ages 13-17 and $3 for kids ages 6-12. Visitors also need a state parks admission sticker ($28/year, $8/day). Pottawatomie Lighthouse on Rock Island is Wisconsin's oldest lighthouse. (Photo: Jon Jarosh/Door County Visitor Bureau) The journey to get to this lighthouse is a long one: a drive up the Door County peninsula and two ferry rides. It's worth it to see the state's oldest lighthouse. Originally built in 1836, it was replaced by the current structure in 1858. The lighthouse has been restored to its 1910 state, and tours are given by volunteer docents who live in the structure in the summer. The free tours are available from 10 a.m.
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