Valley of the Rocks
This extraordinary piece of Victorian engineering sees two cars, linked by a steel cable, descend and ascend the sloping cliff face...
Lyn & Exmoor Museum
This small museum contains background on the Lynmouth Flood, a devastating flash flood which swept through the town in 1952 and claimed...
Flood Memorial Hall
On 16 August 1952 a huge wave of water swept through Lynmouth after torrential rain. The devastation was immense: 34 people lost their...
A bijou (68-seat), beautifully old-fashioned movie house – an usher with a torch shows you to your seat.
The Bath brings a burst of shipwreck chic to Lynmouth, thanks to a copper bar top, curved ship's decking and a figurehead who isn't...
Valley of the Rocks information
The dramatic geology in this valley was described by poet Robert Southey as ‘rock reeling upon rock, stone piled upon stone, a huge terrifying reeling mass’. Look out for the formations dubbed the Devil’s Cheesewring and Ragged Jack – and also the feral goats that wander the tracks. Its a mile’s walk west of Lynton along a cracking coast path.