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Introduction
Situated on the North East of the island, the Lighthouse acts as a guide through the Alderney Race, a treacherous strait of water between the island and Cap de la Hague in France.

Location
Quenard Point, on the North East of Alderney.

Parking
Car parking available close to the Lighthouse

Public Transport
Alderney railway - Sat, Sun and Bank Holidays,
Easter to October - departs Braye Harbour 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.

Opening Times

Date Time
Day
Easter to October
2 - 4.30
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Sa
Su
   
plus Bank Holidays

Admission Prices

Adults £2.00
Children £1.00

Contact Details
( 01481) 823077

Groups
Please phone in advance for group bookings of 8 or more.

Safety
A minimum height of 1 metre is required for entry to the lighthouse. Anyone suffering from vertigo, heart or respiratory conditions is advised not to undertake a tour.

Specifications

Established 1912
Height of Tower 32 metres
Height of Light above Mean High Water 37 metres
Electrified 1976
Automated 30 September 1997
Optic LUMEN LC 45 LAMPCHANGER
Lamp 2 X 400W Metal Halide Lamp
Character 4 white flashes every 15 seconds
Intensity 294,000 candela
Range of Light 23 sea miles
Fog Signal Character 1 blast of 3 seconds duration every 30 seconds
Fog Signal Range 2 sea miles
 

Tours of Alderney Lighthouse are operated by The States of Alderney under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House.

www.alderney.net

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