A permanent free exhibition of the village pre-flood.
Get friendly bespoke advice and learn more about Lynton & Lynmouth.
The smallest town in the England to have its own cinema. An intimate picture house in Lynton, seating 68 people in comfortable seats with plenty of leg room, and Dolby SR sound.
Lynton’s mock-Gothic Town Hall.
The South West Coast Path is Britain’s longest National Trail – a 630 mile stretch of some of the world’s most beautiful coastline.
Enjoy stunning views of the North Devon Coastline as you glide up and down the tracks between Lynton & Lynmouth. You can experience the highest and the steepest fully water powered Victorian railway in the World!
Watersmeet House is a former fishing lodge located a mile-and-a-half from Lynmouth along the East Lyn River. Surrounded by scenic walks, it features a tea room and shop. Owned by the National Trust.
Ride a steam train at Woody Bay Station. Located 3 miles from Lynton, this historic railway has been lovingly restored and is operated by a team of enthusiastic volunteers.
Power of Water Exhibition.
A charming small museum about Exmoor with collections of from Lynton and Exmoor, also maritime, railway, and natural history.