Dive into 19th-century Victorian architectural grandeur through the history and transformation of the Valley of Rocks Hotel in Lynton.
Discover the untold stories of ordinary folk in Lynton and Lynmouth, their vibrant spirit, and their role in shaping this Victorian-era town.
Discover National Cream Tea Day in Lynton & Lynmouth, in the heart of Exmoor and North Devon: Scrumptious Scones, Clotted cream, and Jam.
The Lyn and Exmoor Museum explores the rich history of past coronations and celebrations, to celebrate King Charles III’s coronation.
The Lyn and Exmoor Museum solves a history trail of clues around Lynton to help discover the identity of an old soldier.
The Lyn and Exmoor Museum recounts the tale of Annie Lord, born in 1853, and heralded as a true Lynmouth Heroine.
The Lyn and Exmoor Museum is a fascinating little place, stuffed to the brim with all kinds of interesting things
“The Walker” has been installed where the Coleridge Way, Two Moors Way, South West Coast Path, and Tarka Trail meet.
There is a special place in the heart of Lynton & Lynmouth for the HRH Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh visited in 1952 and 2002.
Celebrate Devon Day on 4th June each year.