The 2022 season is also the final phase of a multi-million dollar restoration project. This means another season of obstacles for Cana Island guests. The Keeper’s House and Lighthouse interiors are getting restoration work, and will be closed for much of the season. Our admission price will again be the reduced rate of $10.
The Welcome & Interpretive Center, Oil House, Barn and Privy, and the nature trail are all open for the entire season! House and Tower MAY re-open in mid- to late-August. We will keep you updated. Thank you for your understanding and patience, as we work to preserve the lighthouse for future generations!
The last haywagon ride departs from the parking lot at 4:15pm. The last tower climb starts at 4:30pm.
Please note the high water has made crossing difficult in past years and we have to close during unsafe conditions.
You can check the Cana Island Lighthouse Facebook for closing notices or call 920-743-5958 to verify we are open.
There are age and height restrictions for children to safely climb the tower. They must be at least 5 yrs. old and 42 inches tall.
Adults — $10 (formerly $12) and includes entrance to the island, keeper’s quarters and light tower.
Youth (5-17) — $10 and includes entrance to the island, keeper’s quarters and light tower.
Children 4 & under — free
Active Military and Family (up to five members) — free
Members — free
We are happy to make arrangements ahead of time for a docent led tour for groups of 15 or more. See our Group Tours page.
- Take your own health, and that of others, seriously;
- Wash or sanitize your hands at least two or three times while visiting the Museum;
- If you believe you may be ill, please do not visit Museum properties.