Venue DescriptionBuilt for the Fraser family, this 16th century castle was altered in 1787 to incorporate the first lighthouse built by the Commissioners of the Northern Lighthouses.
Visitor Centre The museum is fully accessible, with a wheelchair-lift to the first floor and café. Monument The lighthouse and lighthouse cottages are reached along a 200m tarmac surfaced path from the museum. The lighthouse has a 150mm high step at the entrance. It is explored by climbing a spiral staircase of over 200 steps with no hand-rail. The top lantern-level is reached up a narrow wooden ladder with a handrail. The lighthouse cottages are all on the ground level. There is a raised threshold to each of them. Ask a member of staff at the museum for ramped access.
Access Statement Link: http://www.historicenvironment.scot/access
Toilets There is an adapted toilet on site, within the museum.
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- Disabled Access
- Disabled Parking
- Access Statement
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