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The South Stack Lighthouse is built on a small island off the north-west coast of Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales. 
It was built in 1809 to warn ships of the dangerous rocks below.

The position of the Southstack lighthouse is 53 18.4N 04 41.9W. The height of the tower is 27.7 meters. The lighthouse was electrified in 1938.

Coming down? Remember to purchase your tickets at the top before coming down all 365 steps!

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Information Centre

On-site RSPB Information Centre.

Free Parking

Car parking available at the South Stack Kitchen Cafe, free of charge.

Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre stocks your ideal needs, bird food and gifts.

Admission

Adult

£5.80 each

Child

£3.50 each

Concession

£3.50 each
Link to other South Stack related websiteHolyhead Maritime MuseumLocal Attractions and businesses

Coming soon!

We will soon be opening an online store selling products made in Wales. Check back soon!
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