The Lynton & Lynmouth Story

The Lynton & Lynmouth Story
A unique 30 minute film shown in Lynton Town Hall Council Chamber. The film shows the history of the people and happennings in Lynton & Lynmouth during the last 150 years.
Featuring the history of early tourism and the travellers who arrived by stagecoach and paddle steamer. The famous Lifeboat rescue and the re-enactment of the Overland Launch. Sir George Newnes, the construction of the Cliff Railway, a journey on the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway before it's closure in 1935. Also a wonderful 70 year old colour film and Pathe News footage of the 1952 Lynmouth Flood disaster and lots more....

Tickets from the Lynton Tourist Information Centre at the Town Hall
Adults £1.50 Children Free


Film only shown when The Lynton & Lynmouth Tourist Information is open
Please note: If there is a wedding or event taking place in the Town Hall the film will not be able to be shown

Opening Times: 
From 31st October to 24th December Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 15.00 Closed until 8th February 2017 From 8th February Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 15.00