What a view!!
After almost two years of being closed for refurbishment we are now able to welcome visitors back at the new South Stack Visitor Centre. Here is everything you need to know about how we will be doing it.
We have been busy behind the scenes. Following completion of the build our team have been putting together all the new furniture, setting up the kitchen, shop and putting the final touches to the building. We have also put in place a covid secure system to allow visitors to make safest use of the new building.
In order to open our doors, we have a one way system in place. Please follow all current Welsh Government guidance around face coverings, social distancing, group sizes, hygiene and follow all signage on-site.
Our café is operating a table service outside. Please take a seat at one of the picnic benches and a member of staff will take you order. Our toilets and shop are open. We are collecting information for Track, Trace, Protect should it be needed.
We will be reviewing our visitor arrangements regularly and will make changes in line with the latest government guidance. Please do not visit us if you or anyone you have been in contact with has symptoms of Covid-19.
All of the steps we are taking will help to keep our staff, volunteers and visitors as safe as possible during their visit. This is new to all of us, we ask you to be patient with us as we get this new way of working up and running. Hopefully it won't be too long until we can fully reopen and welcome you to sit in our incredible new building. All of the team are so excited to be able to share the new visitor centre with you and celebrate all the amazing and hard work that has been done to bring this new building to completion.
Parking charges are in place. Parking is free for members. An annual parking pass is available to residents of Anglesey for £20, please bring something with your address on to apply. The machines are coin operated with card payment being taken at the machine directly outside the Visitor Centre and in the shop.
Ellin's Tower will remain closed for the time being.
This project has been made possible with support through the Welsh Government Rural Communities Rural Development Programme 2014-20, funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government.
We have also received generous funding from the Gaynor Cemlyn-Jones Trust for the installation of wooden sculptures, created by Anglesey sculptor Duncan Kitson, that celebrates the wildlife of South Stack.
We spend 90% of net income on conservation, public education and advocacy
The RSPB is a member of BirdLife International. Find out more about the partnership
© The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654
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