Lizard Lighthouse in Lizard

Lizard Lighthouse and Point

Overview

Visit the distinctive twin towers of the Lizard Lighthouse mark the most southerly point of mainland Britain, tours available.

Lizard Point is Britain's most southerly point, with dramatic cliff walks, wild flowers and geological features. Look out for the rare Cornish Chough.

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What makes it special

  • See the breathtaking views from the top
  • Gift shop
  • Audio visual room and a number of interactive displays

Price

Admission prices

Heritage Centre & Lighthouse Tour

Adult £8.00
Children (age 16 & under) £5.00
(Please note minimum height restriction of 1.1 metres tall to climb the tower) 
Saver Child (with purchase of 2 adult tickets) £4.00
Passport holder £3.50


Heritage Centre & Grounds

Adults    £3.50
Children (age 16 & under) £2.50
Saver Child (with purchase of 2 adult tickets) £2.50
International Lighthouse Passport Holders Free

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Lizard Lighthouse and Point

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Map references

OS Grid Ref: SW 70405 11577

Lat/Lng: 49.960129, -5.2025182

Contact information

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