Frequently asked questions

Here’s a list of common questions and some answers which might help before you pay us a visit.

Unfortunately not, sorry. But we have to plans to hopefully install one sometime soon.

Yes. There are absolutely no stairs to climb.

St Johns Beacon is 138 Metres (457 Feet) to the very top. The Viewing Gallery is approximately 120 Metres high.

The tower is a working radio station so unfortunately we cannot enter a live radio station. The studios however are on the same level as the viewing gallery so you can certainly view the hard working presenters and producers (their words) hard at work. Some of them might even wave!

On clearer days, you can see as far as Blackpool, the Lake District and Snowdonia. Don’t be put off by bad weather – these are sometimes the best days to come up. Just because it’s sunny doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be clear.

Sorry, we don’t. We did, but they got damaged too easily.

On their own, no. They need to be accompanied by an adult. (minimum age 17)

Yes of course. We offer a complimentary ticket for each visitor who may need the assistance of their carer or personal assistant.

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