Chicago Harbor Lighthouse

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This active lighthouse stands on a breakwater that protects the Chicago Harbor. First lit in 1893, it wasn't moved to its present site until 1919. Because the light actively guides water vessels, no public access to it is permitted. For the best views of the lighthouse, head towards the end of Navy Pier or splurge on a tour boat.

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Off in the distance