Sumburgh Head Lighthouse buildings will be authentically restored during a £5.4 million programme, culminating in the creation of a world class visitor attraction and preserved iconic landmark.READ MORE
The Sumburgh Head project is led by Shetland Amenity Trust in partnership with RSPB Scotland and a range of generous funders.FUNDERSASSOCIATES
Work started on the site in May 2012, with an expected completion date in Spring 2014. Follow progress and view plans for the project.THE PLANS ACCESS
Sumburgh was the first lighthouse to be built in Shetland and has provided protection and a way of life for many generations.Read More
Sumburgh Head is an RSPB Scotland nature reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The area is a haven for wildlife.Read More
Stunning cliffs of Old Red Sandstone and archaeology dating back to the Iron Age give Sumburgh Head a special ambience.Read More
Our generous funders make the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse and Visitor Centre project possible. Please take a moment to view their websites.Learn More
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