Built in 1759, this strikingly picturesque, candy-striped lighthouse was moved to its current location atop Plymouth Hoe in the late 1800s, when it was found to be in danger of collapsing the cliff on which it once stood. Today it’s no longer in use, but has been fully restored to its original condition. At a little over 21m (70 ft.) tall, the views of Plymouth and the English Channel from the top are spectacular.