Split Rock Lighthouse

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Legend has it that a visitor in the mid-1980s lost his wallet after seeing the lighthouse, so he went back to look for it, but it was padlocked for the day. When he looked up at the tower, he saw a man in a lightkeeper’s uniform on the catwalk. He returned the next day and was given his wallet, which the staff had found, but they said no one was in the tower after closing time.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3713 Split Rock Lighthouse Road
Two Harbors, MN 55616
United States

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GPS:
47.19996326688146, -91.36696600922733
County:
Lake County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Beaver Bay, MN (5.1 mi.)
Silver Bay, MN (8.3 mi.)
Finland, MN (15.8 mi.)
Two Harbors, MN (18.8 mi.)
Herbster, WI (25.9 mi.)
Cornucopia, WI (27.0 mi.)
Port Wing, WI (29.4 mi.)
Bayfield, WI (37.3 mi.)
Arnold, MN (40.6 mi.)
Hoyt Lakes, MN (42.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://sites.mnhs.org/historic-sites/split-rock-lighthouse

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