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Pictures of Portland Bill Lighthouse

a Historic Building in the town of Portland, in the county of Dorset

About Portland Bill Lighthouse

One of the most recognisable landmarks in Dorset, the red and white Portland Bill Lighthouse has guided ships since it first turned on its lights over a century ago on 11th January 1906. Back then its lights had a range of 25 nautical miles, however, that was reduced to 18 after the station was re-engineered in 2019. The original optics can still be seen in the tower base display.

If you are up for the challenge, there are 153 steps up to the lantern room, with windows on the way up, but once climbed you'll be privileged to wonderful views of the stunning Jurassic coast and some great photo opportunities.

A visit to Portland Bill is a great experience for all the family, though it is worth noting that you will need to be at least 1.1 meters tall to climb the lighthouse, so if you are planning on taking your kids, you might want to check beforehand to save any disappointment!

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