Redcar Beacon

Redcar Beacon

After the demolition of Redcar’s Victorian pier in 1891, The Redcar Beacon was built as a part of the regeneration of Redcar seafront. The 80ft tall beacon offers stunning 360 degree views of the sandy shores of Majuba Beach and the surrounding area, and at night it is lit in an array of colours!

Beacon Viewing Platform Opening Dates

Summer Half Term Holidays:
Saturday 25th May 2024 – Sunday 2nd June 2024
Summer Holidays:
Tuesday 23rd July 2024 – Sunday 1st September 2024
Autumn Half Term Holidays:
Saturday 26th October 2024 – Sunday 3rd November 2024
Christmas Holidays:
Saturday 21st December 2024 – Sunday 5th January 2025
Spring Half Term Holidays:
Saturday 22nd February 2025 – Sunday 2nd March 2025
Spring Holidays:
Saturday 12th April 2025 – Sunday 27th April 2025
Summer Half Term Holidays:
Saturday 24th May 2025 – Sunday 1st June 2025
*Subject to bad weather

Children under the age of 16 are to be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times

The Beacon is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp and the top of the Beacon is accessible by a lift.

The Beacon Lounge

Overlooking the seafront, The Beacon Lounge offers the perfect picturesque setting to enjoy freshly made pizzas, paninis and drinks. Whether you prefer the cosy atmosphere of the bar, outdoor seating in the sun or the sophisticated ambience of the sky pods available for hire on the upper terrace, it’s sure to be a fantastic experience!

Outdoor Theatre 2024

This summer, we welcome you to a season of outdoor theatre performed in the luscious grounds of Kirkleatham Museum, Gisborough Priory and Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park Learn More.

Wellbeing Walks

Our FREE guided walks are run by friendly, experienced Walk Leaders. A great way to meet new people and improve your health and wellbeing. Learn More.

Enjoy Events



Redcar Kite Festival

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Yorkshire Fossil Festival

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Zetland Gold Cup Family Day

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