We have sadly taken the decision not to open South Stack Lighthouse & Visitor Centre to the public in April 2020, this is to help restrict the spread of coronavirus, and to safeguard the health of our guides and potential visitors to the island.
We urge people to stay local and observe social distancing. Please do not travel.
We know that the good weather will entice people out, but we do not want to encourage anyone, local or from away, to visit the area during this crisis.
We will keep people updated via our web page and our Facebook page.
We will review the opening from 1st May onwards later in April, as more information about the virus becomes available.
We are due to open to the public on Saturday 4th April 2020. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak and will be following guidance from Public Health Wales, Public Health England, UK Government and World Health Organization.
We will notify visitors via our web page of any changes immediately.
Please be assured that we are taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our visitors and our guides as COVID-19 develops.
Additional sanitisers have been placed at the entrance to the visitor centre for visitors and staff to use. We are operating at an increased level of hygiene which includes the sanitisation of handrails, door handles etc beofre we open, and again during the opening hours.
South Stack Ynys Lawd Ltd will keep a close eye on the situation and keep our visitors and staff informed of any developments or changes to our opening times or dates.
Our new cover photo was taken by J D Media (John), and it shows the steps down to the lighthouse, the bridge to the island and the lighthouse looking from the sea. On the left of the photo you can also see in the distance the North Stack foghorn station (not in use anymore).
We are now closed until April 2020