Sumburgh Head A World Class Visitor Attraction in Shetland FIND OUT MORE

Sumburgh Head Lighthouse, Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve is a world class visitor attraction, providing an engaging and interactive experience for the whole family. Visit, and explore the history and natural heritage of Sumburgh Head from early geological beginnings and Iron Age settlers to Lighthouse Keepers, Whales, Puffins and much more.

Run by a small charity, Shetland Amenity Trust.  the care of the site is entirely funded by ticket sales and donations. Please support us to help maintain and develop the site and activities for your future enjoyment.


SUMBURGH HEAD RE-OPENING - 26 July 2020

We are delighted to be back on site to welcome you to Sumburgh Head Lighthouse, Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve. The Visitor Centre is open Sunday-Thursday from 26 July to 23 August, 10am-5pm with last entry at 4.30pm.

Staff will be out on site to talk to you about what you can see and do and explain the new social distancing and safety measures in place for your comfort and safety. Find out more at the links below.

 

 

 


Support Us

We rely on the generous support of our visitors to keep the site staffed and maintained, the buildings and collections cared for and to welcome visitors through our doors. Now more than ever we need your support. If you enjoy visiting and taking part in our activities, please support us by donating now and recommending our site to your friends.

Other ways to support us include...

    

Partners

RSPB at SumburghNorthern Lighthouse BoardShetland's Heritage and Culture

EDUCATION

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