From Lincolnshire, we visited Withernsea and the inland Lighthouse for the first time a week ago with friends from London who were staying with us for the weekend. We couldn't have chosen a better place to take them..and us! Our 6 year old daughter loved the whole experience...especially climbing the 144 steps to the top including the last few VERY steep steps! Very proud of her! Not for the fainthearted or physically disabled, unfortunately, but once at the top, the views of the sea, coastline, rooftops and various other buildings is amazing.
There is a small but diverse range of exhibits, photographs, historical information on the ground floor, all worth reading. The Kay Kendall museum attached is lovely with genuine personal items on show, the tourist information is useful to have there (with a very helpful lady!) and the cafe with more tables in the beautiful garden is great.
This is definitely worth the £2/£3 entry (adults) entry fee. Just one negative...we couldn't find Kay Kendall's house which is a few houses away, apparently!
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