Flamborough Lighthouse

Where is Flamborough Lighthouse?

The lighthouse is located on Flamborough Head (1.2 miles from Flamborough on the B1259) and offers breathtaking views over Bridlington bay and the heritage coast:

Flamborough Lighthouse
Lighthouse Road
YO15 1AR

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When do tours take place?

Sewerby Hall and Gardens staff conduct guided tours on weekends between 12 April and 28 September and Saturday to Thursday throughout the school holidays (14-24 April, 5 May, 26-29 May, 21 July-1 September and 27-30 October) between 12noon and 4pm. The tours last approximately 20 minutes. Closed every Friday.

Pre-booked guided tours available outside of these dates.

For more information about the tours and the lighthouse, please contact us on (01262) 673769.

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How much is admission?

2014 prices are £3.50 for adults, £2.50 for over 60s and children (up to 15 years of age) and £10.50 for a family ticket (two adults and two children). Each additional child added to a family ticket costs £0.75. The minimum charge for out of hours tours is £40.

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How many steps does the Lighthouse have?

119 and the views from the top are magnificent!

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Who owns Flamborough Lighthouse?

Trinity House maintains all the lighthouses around the UK. Flamborough Lighthouse is closed every Friday. For further information, please go to the Trinity House website:

Trinity House (external website)

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