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one of the galleries at the lyn and exmoor museum
 

Lyn & Exmoor Museum

St Vincent Cottage, Market Street, Lynton, Devon. Tel: 01598 752205.
Website: Lyn & Exmoor Museum

Historical Exmoor The theme of the museum is the social history of Lynton and the surrounding villages through the ages. The earliest display is of Neolithic and Bronze Age flint artefacts, and there are displays from the last century.

Opening Times: 1 Apr-31 Oct, Mon-Fri, 1000-1230, 1400-1700.
Admission Charges: Adult: £1.00 Child: £0.20 Concession: £0.70
Dogs admitted: No.

the lynton terminus of the famous water-powered cliff railway
 

Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway

The Esplanade, Lynmouth, Devon. Tel: 01598 753486.
Website: www.cliffrailwaylynton.co.uk

A unique, water-powered, Victorian inclined railway, opened in 1890. It links the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth, climbing from sea level to a height of 500ft. Actual journey takes 2 mins 15 secs. Usually operates about every 10 minutes.

Opening Times: 14Feb-6Nov, daily, 10.00-17.00/18.00/19.00/20.00/21.00 (according to height of season)
Admission Charges: Single/Return: Adult: £1.95/£2.85 Child: £1.10/£1.85 Dog: 50p/£1.00
Dogs admitted: Yes.