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...
Valley of the Rocks
The dramatic geology in this valley was described by poet Robert Southey as ‘rock reeling upon rock, stone piled upon stone, a huge...
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...
A bijou (68-seat), beautifully old-fashioned movie house – an usher with a torch shows you to your seat.
You could eat every meal of the day at this sweet little eatery. Brunch might be golden eggs Benedict with Devon ham; lunch, a Devon...
Cliff Railway information
This extraordinary piece of Victorian engineering sees two cars, linked by a steel cable, descend and ascend the sloping cliff face according to the weight of water in the cars’ tanks. All burnished wood and polished brass, it’s been running since 1890 and makes for an unmissable ride.