What you doing next weekend?

Main lighthouse

Access to the Main Lighthouse and see the rooftop views!

Beacon

Look inside Scotland first (and oldest!) Lighthouse built in 1636

Low light

Unique chance to climb the Low Lighthouse tower normally closed to the public

Dave with engine

See the engines that powered the lighthouses

Saturday 27th August comments; So what are you doing next weekend (3rd-4th September?) As the seabirds have departed and the Grey Seal season has yet to start, we are having a special events weekend and opening all the buildings on the island.

During the visitor opening hours, we’ll be giving people access to buildings normally closed to the public and offering experts on hand to chat about the history. Everything from the main lighthouse to the engine rooms, to the oldest lighthouse in the Scotland, you’ll be able to gain access free of charge. We’ll even have the low lighthouse tower open and archaeologists on hand at the Chapel to give people more information about the history of the May.

So don’t delay and book today! For full boat details see below:

Boat details

For further information on sailings, check out the individual boat companies sailing times and prices for the weekend. Boats will sail Saturday 3rd September at 14:00 and Sunday 4th September at 14:30

May Princess (from Anstruther): http://www.isleofmayferry.com/

Osprey Rib (from Anstruther): http://www.isleofmayboattrips.co.uk/

Seabird (From North Berwick): https://seabird.org/visit/boats/isle-of-may-landings/10/22/159

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