A lighthouse was first built on the Flamborough Headland in 1669 but was never lit. The current lighthouse was built in 1806 and acts as a waypoint for deep sea vessels and coastal traffic as well as marking the Flamborough Headland for vessels heading for the ports of Scarborough and Bridlington.
Tours of Flamborough Head Lighthouse are organised by East Riding of Yorkshire Council under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House
|Family ticket (2 adults and up to 2 children)
Additional child £2.00
|Child (up to 15 years)
Please note minimum height restriction of 1.1 metres tall to climb the tower
|Group bookings (out of hours)||£80.00 minimum charge|
Flamborough Head Lighthouse Visitor Centre accepts cash.
Advance / Group Bookings
Please make initial enquiries with Sewerby Hall and Gardens in advance for group bookings of ten or more people (email@example.com 01262 673769). For groups of less than 10, tickets are purchased on the day, directly from the Visitor Centre.
Please note, Trinity House reserves the right to close for operational reasons at short notice.
Give Wildlife Space
It is normal for seals to rest on land, so we need to leave them there. Disturbance is damaging for a seal.
When seal watching:
- Keep quiet (so Seals can’t hear us)
- Keep out of sight (so Seals can’t see us)
- Keep downwind (so Seals can’t smell us)
- Keep well away: Use your zoom, binoculars or telescope
- Do not take Seal selfies
- Do not feed wild Seals
- Do not fly drones near Seals
- Do not name/promote Seal sites on social media
- Litter kills wildlife: Please take it home