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South Stack Lighthouse and Visitor Centre, operated under licence from Trinity House. Tickets available on the island ONLY at Present. Cash only as no signal for wifi for card machines. Summer opening times: Friday 1300-1600hrs, Sat to Thu...more
All reviews south stack light house well worth a visit spiral staircase stunning views car park worth the effort steep steps fear of heights sea birds rspb shop sunny day across the bridge long walk north wales bird life bird watchers
If you have a bad fear of heights this is not for you the views are amazing very cramped in light Room itself and not alot of time in there to enjoy the views ,it was cloudy when we arrived so view was restricted at...More
I took advantage of a family trip to North Wales to kill some time the following day touring Anglesey, which I hadn't visited since my Uni days. The weather, which had been unseasonably sunny and warm the day before, took its revenge however and became...More
We visited the lighthouse after a long coastal walk in the summer. It is separate from the RSPB site - slightly further up the road. Please be warned that they close the island mid-afternoon but this is not clear on the times at the top...More
After parking at the top of the cliff there are 412 steps down to the bridge. Then you have to climb up inside the lighthouse but only the last few steps are really steep. There is a display on the ground floor and at the...More
The visit to the lighthouse was both popular with locals and visitors. However, according to feedback by locals, it now becomes too expensive. The many steps down to the lighthouse will provide a good calory burn and active exercise. Not suitable for people with certain...More
Great place the lighthouse is amazing. Long walk but beautiful over the sea really enjoyed it. Amazing scenery over the sea and you can see sea lions and dolphins bobbing up and down from the nature place
Definitely a place to visit if you're in the area.There are several paths to walk along and always a lot to see apart from the lighthouse. The gift shop has a nice selection of items. There are picnic tables and a cafe.
There is a charger payable at the bottom of the steps (with discounts for children, OAPs). Steps are quite steep and young children can manage but they might need a little encouragement on the way back up.