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Withernsea is a traditional English seaside resort in East Yorkshire with a newly-built promenade and European Blue Flag beach, awarded for exceptionally clean waters. Visitors to Withernsea are drawn to the miles of sandy beaches, small-town friendliness and family entertainment. Offering long walks along the promenade, playgrounds and an open-air theatre, it makes the ideal location for a holiday. The shops on Queen Street are busy and the market has an excellent array of produce. Pubs, restaurants, cafes and the fish and chip shops abound. Its most famous landmark is the white inland lighthouse which is no longer active and houses a museum featuring RNLI and Coastguard exhibits, a garden and tea room, and a memorial to the 1950s film star Kay Kendall. Other landmarks include the Pier Towers, amusement arcades (known as muggies), Valley Gardens and the parish church of St Nicholas, a Grade-II listed building. On the outskirts of the town is RAF Holmpton, a massive nuclear bunker, built in the 1950s, which now offers award-winning guided tours. South of Withernsea is Spurn Point National Nature Reserve. The Prime Meridian line of longitude crosses the coast to the north-west of Withernsea.