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Historic 86ft landmark built in 1720. Now houses an art gallery showing exhibitions by East Anglian artists, museum about the history of the Tower and The Naze, tea rooms serving all day and at the top a viewing platform with spectacular coastal...more
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Old Hall Lane | The Naze, Walton-on-the-Naze CO14 8LE, England
All reviews spiral staircase worth the climb art gallery naze tower the ground floor fantastic views cakes two floors tea room first floor local history the cliff viewing platform worth a visit great art cream tea trinity house
Great place to visit. Just a walk from the town but car parking on-site (pay and display). Lovely to see the Tower. Lots of interesting information about the area. Cafe in the tower but also another cafe in the centre building. Nice light lunch here.
Naze tower was lovely.
On entering you can order drinks and food for the tea room on the next floor.
The staff were very friendly
You can also go up each floor where they have exhibits. At the top you can go out and have...More
I found this by mistake and it had already closed for the day, but will be going back to go to the viewing platform on top and for a coffee in the cafe and the walks around are great if you have a dog.
Amazing! And the guy working at the bottom; very friendly.
I wasn’t expecting much but decided to pay the £3 to climb up to the top so I could get a nice panoramic photo of the harbour and fields and also the sea and the...More
We paid for a family ticket, £8, for 2 adults and 2 kids (but you can take 3 kids), and they loved climbing the tight circular staircase, stopping a few times to look out the windows at the views and then at the top, even...More
tower built in 1712 and every year ive been it was never open now its been open a few years and wow you can get drinks ice cream and a selection of snacks outside sitting with great views greater views from top of tower
Great visit and friendly staff. Costs £3 and includes a local art exhibition. Great view at the top of the tower and is well worth the hike up the stairs. Cafe includes a range of drinks and cakes. Gluten free cake is available.