North Queensferry Light Tower, Museum and Heritage Centre
Listen to Garry Irvine and James Lawson talk about various aspects of North Queensferry, including the Light Tower, the Heritage Centre and the Firth of Forth.
The North Queensferry Heritage Trust (NQHT) manages two visitor attractions in North Queensferry.
The ‘world’s smallest working light tower’ and the recently opened adjacent Pierhead Museum together with the ‘Forth Bridge Heritage Centre’ at the railway station.incorporating a gallery, meeting and function room and toilet facilities.
The Light Tower
This page is part of Coastal Knowledge, an online exhibition mapping some of the amazing places on the coast of Scotland. It includes pictures, memories, artworks, stories and videos submitted by a variety of people including scientists, artists, coastal dwellers, tourists, and community organisations. We want to share the beauty of the Scottish coast, but also its vital role in the day-to-day lives of people in Scotland- for example, its many industrial roles.
This exhibition is dynamic and ongoing- and we’d love for you to share contributions for it too! To learn more and submit your own coastal knowledge, visit the main page of the exhibition.