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Two Harbors Lighthouse, Two Harbors

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  • My husband and I were taking the Lake Superior Scenic North Shore drive and one of our stops was Two Harbors. The first point of interest in town was the Two Harbors Light Station, a lovely red... 
    My husband and I were taking the Lake Superior Scenic North Shore drive and one of our stops was Two Harbors. The first point of interest in town was the Two Harbors Light Station, a lovely red...  more »
  • Two Harbors is a working town that was focused on shipping out goods, mainly iron ore. After dinner we did a little tour of the area. There’s a small downtown with a few tourist-y stores. But history....  more
    Two Harbors is a working town that was focused on shipping out goods, mainly iron ore. After dinner we did a little tour of the area. There’s a small downtown with a few tourist-y stores. But history....  more »
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  • Love it! We keeping coming back.
  • My husband and I were taking the Lake Superior Scenic North Shore drive and one of our stops was Two Harbors. The first point of interest in town was the Two Harbors Light Station, a lovely red brick lighthouse which was built in 1892 (making it one of the oldest operating lighthouses on Lake Superior). There is a museum in the assistant lighthouse keeper’s house and a bed and breakfast on site; however, because of COVID there are no public restrooms available. The lighthouse is rather iconic and definitely worth stopping to see, even if you decide not to visit the museum. One of the routes of access is a gravel road, which makes it a little tricky in less-than-fair weather, and the site is not fully accessible, as the terrain is rough and on a slope. We were glad to visit the light station; it was a nice start to our North Shore drive.

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