The Lighthouse is open for public access and guided tours between March and November on the 1st and 3rd Sunday each month from 12:00 until 16:00. The last tour starts at 15:30.
£2.50 for adults. £1 for children who must be 1.06 metres tall to take the tour.
Built in 1763 and fully functioning until 1908, Leasowe Lighthouse is one of the Leading Lights that guided ships safely into Liverpool. As well as a place of work it was also a family home.
Our shop sells refreshments, confectionary and souvenirs at prices to suit all – from postcards to our exclusive Lighthouse model.
Leasowe Lighthouse is visited regularly by Schools – our guides are all eager to tell the children and their teachers about the purpose of the Lighthouse (not as obvious as many think!), the families that lived here and its more recent history.
We host abseil events, visits from groups interested in the paranormal, we act as a base for local running groups, and the Lighthouse has been visited by both TV and Film companies for use as a location.
On Sunday the 22nd of April 2018 The Friends of Leasowe Lighthouse CIO held one of their two Annual abseil events at Leasowe Lighthouse.
The event took place within the private Lighthouse grounds, which the organization has leased from Wirral Council since 2016.
A total of 41 participants had booked and were brave enough to climb the 130 steps to the top where, they were met by professional abseiling instructors who reassured and assisted each one of them with their rope descent.READ MORE
We are part of the Lighthouse Passport Scheme, The Lighthouse Passport allows the holder to collect ink stamps or stickers from lighthouses and related sites, with space for notes under each stamp area so that you can also use it to keep a record of your visits. We can stamp your Passport if you already participating, or you can buy a Passport from us to start your collection.
At the moment, we are unable to offer any toilet facilities at Leasowe Lighthouse. The nearest Public Conveniences are at the end of the access road on the corner of Pasture Road and Leasowe Road. If you are visiting the area in a group, it would be wise to let us know so we can make sure they are available.