Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway
Enjoy stunning views of the coastline as you glide up the track from Lynmouth at the foot of the cliffs to Lynton 500ft above. Opened in 1890, the famous Lynton and Lynmouth funicular Cliff Railway is the highest and the steepest totally water powered railway in the world.
Visit the Cliff Railway website
What makes it special
- Experience the highest and the steepest totally water powered railway in the world
Sat Feb 9th - Fri Mar 29th 10:00 to 17:00
Sat Mar 30th - Sun Apr 14th 10:00 to 18:00
Mon Apr 15th - Thu Apr 18th 10:00 to 19:00
Fri Apr 19th - Sun Apr 28th (Easter) 10:00 to 20:00
Mon Apr 29th - Mon May 6th 10:00 to 19:00
Tue May 7th - Fri May 24th 10:00 to 18:00
Sat May 25th - Sun Jun 2nd (Whitsun) 10:00 to 20:00
Mon Jun 3rd - Fri Jul 26th 10:00 to 19:00
Sat Jul 27th - Sun Sep 1st 10:00 to 20:00
Mon Sep 2nd - Fri Sep 13th 10:00 to 19:00
Sat Sep 14th - Fri Oct 27th 10:00 to 18:00
Sat Oct 28th - Fri Nov 8th 10:00 to 16:00
Adult - £2.90 (return £3.90)
Child (4 - 13 years) - £1.80 (return £2.40)
Dogs & Baggage - £1.00 (return £1.50)
Bicycles - £3.00(return £6.00)
Unlimited travel passes:
Adult - Daily £10.00 - Weekly £20.00
Child - Daily £5.00 - Weekly £10.00
Other things to do nearby
Stunning landscapes, wilderness and tranquillity - enjoy Exmoor on foot, horseback or bike to appreciate this beautiful area, especially the Valley Of Rocks on the South-West Coastal Path and the Tark
Explore Exmoor on horseback - ride across open countryside, through valleys and rivers including the famous Lorna Doone Valley. Visit the Stable's website
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country.
Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the rolling landscape.
This lovely area is great for water sports, so whatever mode of water transport takes your fancy, take the plunge and enjoy some fun on, or in, the water!
Explore Exmoor by Land Rover using seldom used tracks and ancient byeways - look for the elusive deer and famous Exmoor ponies. Visit the Exmoor Safari website
Explore the high heather moorland, ancient woodlands and dramatic cliffs, interspersed with picturesque villages and farms. Visit the website
Exmoor’s coast boasts England’s highest sea cliffs and a great way to get acquainted with this incredible scenery is to walk the challenging but rewarding route along the SWCP to Porlock Weir, and the
Exmoor and the Quantock Hills remain a key mountain biking destination - a must for any enthusiasts. Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the rolling landscape.
There are plenty of road cycling opportunities around Minehead, it's quite a hilly location so it's better suited for more advanced cyclists.
Wimbleball Lake is only 40 minutes away, where you can learn to kayak, canoe, sail and fish with all the equipment provided.
The centre aims to promote and conserve the Exmoor pony. Meet the resident ponies or take to the saddle for a taster session. Visit the Centre's website
A twenty mile scenic journey back in time through the gently rolling Quantock hills from Minehead to Bishops Lydeard on a steam train. Visit the website
You'll find lots of ideas for adventure at the Minehead resort - a great family option for rainy days! Visit the Butlins website
Dramatically sited on top of a wooded hill, with panoramic views, a castle has existed here since at least Norman times.
13.5 miles Majestic Lake with miles of lovely walks, trout fishing and tuition in sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and rowing. Visit the website