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A centrepiece on Plymouth's Hoe, Smeaton's Tower is one of the city's most recognisable and well-loved landmarks. The lighthouse was originally built out on the notorious Eddystone Reef in 1759. It was taken down in the early 1880s and approximately...more
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Well worth doing to enjoy even better views then just being on The Hoe. Kids will love it . Of course lots and lots of stairs! Lots to see and do after. Plymouth has one of the most outstanding outlooks.
Went for my daughter's history project. If you like heights you will love it! I braved it and it was worth it for the amazing view from the top. It's quite a hard climb so wouldn't be suitable for everyone although you can catch your...More
I would thoroughly recommend a visit to Smeaton's Tower. My seven year old daughter and I climbed up to the top of the tower - what a spectacular view! We were greeted near the top by Dan, who took great care to explain the significance...More
Experience viewing Plymouth, and the sound from the top of Smeatons Tower. I took my 4 year old granddaughter who loved to climb to the top I was so nervous watching her and climbing but when you got to the top what fantastic views ,...More