Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum
Located in the historic Pilot's Row, the museum is managed by a local volunteer group, the Low Head Pilot Station Support Group Inc. Encompassing Pilot's Row, the Storage Sheds, Boat Shed and associated artefacts, the museum is open daily and operates tours for visitors. For more information, see the Museum website.
Accommodation and cafe
Those wishing to stay in the area can take advantage of the Low Head Historic Precinct's newly renovated self-contained cottages. These historic buildings are situated around the Village Green at the Pilot Station and include the keeper's cottage, schoolhouse and pilot's cottage. There is also accommodation at the Light Station.
Overlooking the beach, the River Tamar and the Low Head Precincts, the Coxswain's Cottage Café is open daily and is a wonderful setting for a relaxing meal and glass of wine.
Further information can be found on the Low Head Precinct's website.