The Friends of Leasowe Lighthouse, Leasowe Common, Moreton, Wirral, Merseyside CH46 4TA • Telephone: 0151 353 0861

Opening Times

For viewing the lighthouse:
March - September, 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month 1pm - 5pm
October to February 1st Sunday of the month 12pm - 4pm

Guided tours to the top:
£2 for adults. £1 for Children who must be 1.06 metres tall to be able to take the tour.

School Trips

Leasowe Lighthouse is a unique location and a site of interest from several different perspectives. For a number of years the Friends group have been hosting educational tours for …

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Private Tours

Leasowe Lighthouse is a source of fascination for many people and the Friends are very happy to open the building for small private visits if required. In the past we have had a variety of…

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For a number of years Leasowe Lighthouse has been the venue for regular very successful charity abseil events. At a height of 101 feet, the building is not too daunting and offers …

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Paranormal Visits

As with many very old buildings there are stories of ghosts and hauntings at the lighthouse. A few of them have been put together in a booklet produced by the Friends group.

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Amateur Radio

WADARC (Wirral and District Amateur Radio Club) is one of the many groups grateful for the use of the lighthouse. The group has been established for about …

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Ornithological Groups

Leasowe Lighthouse stands at the heart of the north Wirral coast and Leasowe Bay and is one of the best places for a walk along the Wirral Way to see the birds…

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Seaside Runners

The Wirral Seaside Runs were originally established in 1985 as one of several races along the seafront of Wirral. They are a series of eight monthly races starting …

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Film / TV

Unsurprisingly perhaps, the lighthouse has been the location for a selection of film shoots. With its unique construction and setting, it offers great potential for…

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Leasowe Lighthouse Events


We have a number of bespoke educational posters on display at the Lighthouse, on the ground floor. Each panel represents a different year of World War 1 and shows …

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