Last Chance to See The Wind Point Lighthouse for The Season

Your last chance to see a Racine County landmark, up close and personal and very high, happens on Sunday. This is when the final tours of the season at the Wind Point Lighthouse will be given.

The structure stands 108 feet tall, and on a good day, you can see Chicago to the south. The historic landmark was first lit in 1880. And about twenty years ago, the U.S. Coast Guard transferred it to the village.

Obviously there are a lot of steps to maneuver so wear a good pair of shoes and get ready for a spectacular view.

Tours run on Sunday from 9 to 3. It costs ten dollars for adults, and five dollars for kids under twelve. Children under six aren't admitted. You can even make online reservations by clicking on the attached link.

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