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19 September 2021 (Online)
18 September 2021 (Online)
Covesea Lighthouse is situated on the outskirts of Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth Coast (voted one of the most breathtaking coasts in the world in a National Geographic Traveller magazine survey). The lighthouse is now owned by the Lossiemouth local community and was opened to the general public as a visitor attraction in 2013. The views along both sides of the Moray Firth are wondrous and, when nature allows, there is much to be seen in the way of wild animals, birds and plants. The neighbouring RAF base is best viewed from the top of the lighthouse. Military aircraft flights, during the week, are unique in Scotland for the enthusiast or the casual visitor alike.
Gallery photos (c) Alan Butterfield
Watch a virtual tour with 360 degree panoramas of the lighthouse which was designed by Alan Stevenson and completed in 1846. See the stunning views from the top of the lighthouse and learn about its history.
Inspire yourself to go and visit this fascinating venue and the neighbouring new RAF and Fleet Air Arm Museum, just outside the town of Lossiemouth in Moray.
With thanks to the Covesea Lighthouse Community Company. Thanks also to Alan Miller of St Andrews University for doing the filming.Go on a virtual guided tour!
Architect: Alan Stevenson
Building Date: 1846
Guided tours (45mins) - booking essential
flight simulator in nearby museum
**UPDATE - TOURS OF LIGHTHOUSE NOW FULLY BOOKED