St Marys Island
Built in 1898, St Marys Island is a prominent and important historical landmark to see when visiting North East England. The lighthouse was in use until 1984 and was a beacon for sailors and travellers on the stormy and unpredictable North Sea. It is now a visitors centre, owned and maintained by North Tyneside Council.
St Marys Island is accessed by a limited causeway and therefore it is recommended visitors check the times the island is accessible before visiting.
The island is surrounded by a Nature reserve and visitors can explore the rockpools, clifftop grassland and wetland as well as the beach area.
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- Address: NE26 4RS
- GPS: 55.0718542,-1.4495730999999523
- Phone: +44 (0)191200 8652
- Website: http://www.visitnorthtyneside.com/things-to-do/st-marys-island-p689091