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Ancient guildhall rebuilt 1769. The Council Chamber & other rooms may be viewed. The old jail contains unique graffiti of ships. Interesting documents showing the connection of Harwich with Pepys and the Pilgrim Fathers.
Sited at the beautiful coastal location of the Naze, this historic 86ft navigational tower houses over eight floors, an art gallery, museum, tea rooms and a roof viewing platform with spectacular panoramic views.
Estuarine nature reserve, with adjacent woodland & views over the Stour. Famed for large numbers of waterfowl in winter & a range of breeding woodland birds in summer, including the nightingale. Easy walking distance from Wrabness Station.
The museum features the history and geology of the Naze, development of the town from prehistoric times to the present day & the history of the local lifeboat service including the oldest motorised lifeboat in the world.
In or near : Harwich, Essex, (1 miles, 2kms)
Information on everything in Harwich and historic exhibition on Harwich and the Mayflower. Free tourist information service and exhibition.
In or near : Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, (6 miles, 10kms)
Free entry onto the 2nd longest Pier in England at 3/4 mile long. Arcade, Bingo, Pirate Pete's soft play area, TenPin Bowling centre, Cafe/Take Away, Rides for all ages, Food Kiosk, Day fishing and train rides to the end of Pier. Toilets.
In or near : Harwich, Essex, (0.0 miles, 0.0kms)
One of the earliest radar installations in World War II (1941). Now fully restored by The Harwich Society.
In or near : Felixstowe, Suffolk, (4 miles, 6kms)
Built in 1854, this is the largest wooden church and the largest Russian Orthodox church in the British Isles.
In or near : Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, (4 miles, 7kms)
The Naze is located just north of Walton-on-the-Naze, in North East Essex. The beautiful Naze cliffs and national nature reserve provide the perfect opportunity for walking and bird watching.