North Point Lighthouse Museum

2650 North Wahl Avenue, Milwaukee, WI
Capacity: 150 people

About North Point Lighthouse Museum

The North Point Lighthouse offers a one-of-a-kind experience for your wedding engagement, ceremony, reception, and rehearsal dinner for the person who desires a personal and intimate setting. Not only will your event be held in a historic setting, but you will also become a part of its history. A myriad of metaphors serve a couple well at the start of their life journey together: the longevity of the lighthouse; its bright beam guiding ships on their past journeys; and the dedication of its keepers to maintain the light shining on the horizon to those that seek it. As a meeting destination, the lighthouse can offer corporations both a relief from the corporate environment as well as provide a physical symbol of vision, sense of mission, steadfastness, guidance, unity, communication, and so on. Many companies have found this to be a central location that can be made either more formal or kept relaxed; intimate (use of our 12-person boardroom) or expansive (the gallery on the ground floor can hold up to 90 people seated theater-style). It can be a unique company picnic spot for 35 or 180 employees; a casual space for a departmental meeting, or an elegant cocktail event.

Event Pricing

Board Room Rental
$75 /hour
Pricing for meetings only
Banquets, Celebrations, Receptions, Rehearsals, Wedding Ceremonies
$1,400 /event
Pricing for weddings and parties only
Wedding Proposals
$75 - $200 /hour
Pricing for weddings only
Photography Only: On-Site
$150 /hour
Pricing for weddings and parties only
Wedding Rehearsals
$150 /hour
Pricing for weddings only

Event Spaces

Gallery Level Space
Gallery Level Space
Gallery Level, Lawn and Patio with Tent
Gallery Level, Lawn and Patio with Tent
Venue Types
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Waterview
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 150
  • Special Features: NOT available Saturdays & Sundays during open public hours, 1PM – 4PM. Museum is handicap accessible, however the tower is not. Due to space constraints, dancing is not allowed inside the museum.
  • Year Renovated: 2007