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Was curious to visit, having read that this is one of only a few marble lighthouses in the entire nation.
The architecture is unique, however visiting is underwhelming ... The lighthouse looks run down and not well cared for, much like many other parts of...More
Totally unpaved trail from the parking area but it's worth it. It's gated and locked but it's still beautiful. It's confusing to find as it's on the main strip almost at the end of the circle, not by the Conservatory or on Inselruhe, as shown...More
William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse was erected in 1929 by the sculptor Gaza Moroti in the Art Deco style. Designed by famed Detroit architect Albert Kahn. Standing 80' in height, constructed with marble and bronze. Located on the northeast end of Belle Isle in the Detroit...More
You can only access the lighthouse by walking, possibly as much as a 1/4 mile, and there is no pavement leading to it. If you are disabled or have a hard time walking this probably isn't for you. It is along the path to "hipster...More
The lighthouse is located on the northeast corner of Belle Isle. We walked for about 10 minutes to get close to it. It is the only marble lighthouse in the US and has an art decco style. It is no longer being used as a...More