Planning your Visit
Getting to the Lindisfarne Centre
The Lindisfarne Centre is open 7 days a week during the tourist season from mid March to 31st October, between 10am and 4.30pm (tide permitting).
Getting on to Holy Island safely
For those people who wish to use the Lindisfarne Causeway road to access (or return from) Holy island, safe crossing times are provided on Northumberland County Council's website. The times should be treated with caution, as local weather conditions (such as high wind) can change them. Always allow 30 minutes extra time to compensate for these variables.
There is also a marked walking route over the sands/mud, however, if you intend to use this route, please do it during daylight hours with someone who has local knowledge and NEVER CROSS DURING A RISING TIDE. You should therefore aim to have completed this walk BEFORE the mid-point of the safe-to-cross time period.
Parking on Holy Island
Parking in the village is restricted and tourists are advised against driving beyond the council-operated visitor car park (pay and display, charges apply). This is located on the left hand side of the road on the approach to the village. For more information please find more information on Northumberland County Council's website.
Directions to the Lindisfarne Centre
Walk into the village from the car park, straight on at the junction, past the Oasis cafe. Turn right and you will find the The Lindisfarne Centre on the left hand side.