Explore the Naze Tower, an historic 86ft landmark situated on a stretch of coastline at Walton-on-the-Naze.
Spread over eight floors, the Tower houses an art gallery with three exhibitions a year, a museum, tea rooms and a roof viewing platform with spectacular panoramic views. You’ll find art on display from both established and up and coming artists from the local area, much of which is inspired by the coast and, in some cases, the Tower itself.
The Naze Tower is dramatically situated on cliffs at the Naze, an attractive natural headland stretching northwards from the seaside town of Walton-on-the-Naze into the North Sea.
After your visit to the tower why not experience the Crag Walk, a 110m educational public access and viewing platform that is sited along the beach in front of the southern end of the Naze cliffs. The walkway provides spectacular views of the cliffs, interpretation boards and public access at high and low tide.
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