Hook Lighthouse To Reopen To Tourists By End Of The Month

The economy is beginning to reopen and life is just about going back to normal…

Businesses have reopened across the county, cocooners are no longer cocooners, the pubs are opening, and sports-people will be allowed return to contact training soon.

Hook Lighthouse, one of the most popular tourist hubs in the South East, will reopen on June 29 following a closure due to the Coronavirus.

As per a report on RTE, “tours of the lighthouse itself will be limited to families or groups of five people at a time given the limited space inside, but free passes for the popular grounds will be available by booking online.”

“Behind the scenes, we have been changing lots of our access points on-site and arranging new systems in order to create the safest possible environment for the Hook team and all of our visitors,” manager Lorraine Waters said, speaking to RTE.

“We are asking all of our visitors to help us to help them and to keep in mind all social distance guidelines and, most importantly, for now we require everyone planning to visit to log onto our website and book a free grounds access pass for the date that they would like to visit.”

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