The ancient seaside town of Withernsea on the North Yorkshire coast is full of historical interest, it was a very popular Victorian holiday destination and reminders of the era are still visible to this day. The vast promenade is land marked by the stunningly refurbished Pier Towers which stand at the entrance to what was once a magnificent 1200 feet long pier, now they form the doorway to the wide, sandy Blue Flag beach. 

One of the main visitor attractions and the most notable land mark in Withernsea is the imposing white lighthouse which is no longer in operation but now houses the Kay Kendall museum. Other sites to visit include the Valley Gardens which is a large open area with a stage used to host free music shows and...


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