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Discover Wisconsin: 18 jaw-dropping lighthouses in Wisconsin
Pictured is the lighthouse at Cana Island in Door County. (Supplied photo by Brad Bellisle)
With Great Lakes Superior and Michigan meeting Wisconsin's northern and eastern coasts respectively, you can find more than 30 historic lighthouses still standing. Even Lake Winnebago - Wisconsin's largest inland lake - is home to a handful of magnificent lighthouses. Many provide tours and all of them offer breathtaking views. Starting in the state's southeastern corner and making our way to the northwest region, here are 18 jaw-dropping lighthouses worth visiting in Wisconsin:

1. Kenosha Southport Lighthouse (Kenosha County)

2. Kenosha North Pierhead Light (Kenosha County)

3. Racine Breakwater (Racine County)

4. Wind Point Lighthouse (Racine County)

5. Milwaukee Breakwater Light (Milwaukee County)

6. North Point Lighthouse (Milwaukee County)

7. Port Washington Breakwater Light (Ozaukee County)

8. Fond du Lac Lighthouse (Fond du Lac County)

9. Neenah Light (Winnebago County)

10. Manitowoc Breakwater Light (Manitowoc County)

11. Kewaunee Pier Lighthouse (Kewaunee County)

12. Algoma Lighthouse (Kewaunee County)

13. Sturgeon Bay Canal Station (Door County)

14. Cana Island Lighthouse (Door County)

15. Eagle Bluff Lighthouse (Door County)

16. Rock Island Lighthouse (Door County)

17. Devils Island Lighthouse (Ashland County)

18. Wisconsin Point Lighthouse (Douglas County)

Which is your favorite? Reach out to me on social media using #DiscoverWisconsin.

- Mariah Haberman is the co-host of the nation's longest-running tourism TV show, "Discover Wisconsin." Her column is published Tuesday on Life page in the Times.