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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 cakes fantastic views the ground floor for sale two floors local history tea room the cliff first floor small cafe viewing platform on display lovely art
We went away in the area with friends and climbed the tower . Good panoramic views from the top . While we were there they had a kite fest which was good with loads of kites flying in the sky . They have two coffee...More
Lovely old tower that you can now finally go up! Well worth paying to go to the top, it's not that high but it's a great view all the same. Shame the car park is pay and display as many more people would go regularly...More
Had a really lovely wander up and down the Naze Tower with so much interesting art work . Then tea and cake , good mug of tea and the best coffee cake ever at such a reasonable price . Staff lovely will be back .
Beautiful views from the top of the tower if you dont mind the climb up the narrow spiral staircase. There is art on display on all the different levels to stop and look at which you can also purchase which makes the climb to the...More