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All reviews light house worth the climb well worth a visit tea garden tea room local history adult tickets lovely light stairs to climb lighthouse museum well worth the effort tea shop youngest daughter treasure hunt breathtaking views couldn't do enough cake
OK, I visited the cafe but I went there drawn by the sight, size and significance of the lighthouse. I needed a coffee and the little cafe with tables set out in a lovely garden were the winner. The lighthouse interior will have to wait....More
Very interesting place to visit. You can climb to the very top and have a great view of the whole of Withernsea. You get a certificate when you have been to the top. It has historical facts and lots of information. There is a lovely...More
I was surprised to see a lighthouse so far inland so it was interesting to find out more. The staff was very helpful and polite. It was very nicely set out and lots of facts. The steps to the top was not for the faint...More
We visited the Lighthouse yesterday. There's a little museum adjoined to it but don't expect to spend more than an hour here. There's also a Tearoom at the back if you want a bite to eat.
**Caution** the climb up to the top of Lighthouse...More
A great couple of hours spent here with the grandkids. Great views from the top after a serious climb but well worth the effort. Really helpful staff on duty. Kids loved the quiz sheet about the museum and got a certificate and a present at...More
Not one for the faint hearted or physically challenged but worth the 144 step climb to the top over low entrance fee and admission tickets last for the whole year staffed by knowledgeable volunteers little cafe
As a senior citizen, I visited this on the Bank Holiday after many years absence (I went to the comprehensive over the road in my teens.) Well apart from the 144 steps huff-&-puff climb to the very top on a fairly tight spiral stairway (a...More