Our gift shop offers a selection of lighthouse and maritime items that will add a nautical feel to your gift giving — whether it’s a leisurely read, something for the wall or shelf, or to take on the go. The gift shop is open during public hours, Thursday-Friday, 10am-2pm and Saturday-Sundays, 1pm-4pm.
To purchase a gift, please visit the gift shop at the North Point Lighthouse or contact us at 414.332.6754 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceeds benefit the North Point Lighthouse.
United State Lighthouse Service 1884 replica hat pin, $5
NPL Coordinates T-Shirt, Heather Grey, $20 Adult Small-XXL • 100% Cotton
NPL Coordinates T-Shirt, Military Green, $20 Adult Small-XXL • 100% Cotton
Handmade Lighthouse Earrings, $10
Signed Great Lakes and Lighthouse prints by Wisconsin native Renée Graef, $35
Renée Graef has illustrated over 80 children’s books, including the “Kirsten” books for the American Girl Collection and many of the picture books based on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books. Recent books include Thérèse Makes a Tapestry for the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and B is for Beacon: A Great Lakes Alphabet, which is also available in the lighthouse gift shop.
Woodcut Ornament, $15
North Point Lighthouse Patch, $5
Diner Mugs with Keeper logo and box, $12
Beautiful 3D Topographic Wood Charts
Laser-cut into sheets of Baltic birch and glued to create a powerful visual depth. Set in solid-wood frame and protected with a sheet of durable, ultra-transparent plexiglas.
31″ W x 25″ H, $300
Nostalgic watercolor prints by Wisconsin native Leigh Bohne, $15 — See his original watercolors of lighthouses at our Gift Shop
About the Artist
Born and raised in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, listed artist Leigh Bohne enjoyed growing up in the natural area along the western shores of Lake Michigan. He studied under notable artists such as Loren Wiford, Moe Mitchell, Robert McFarland, George Kaiser, Charles McCurry, Bruce Gregory, Fiore Custode, Robert Larsen and Peter Roberts. He has produced landscape oil paintings, figuratives done as drawing, watercolor and oil, as well as structural and industrial art which he refers to as “archigraphics”. His current focus is on oil paintings with a nostalgic flair. His art is in collections worldwide. Additionally, throughout his career he has won numerous awards.