The Naze Tower

The Naze, Old Hall Lane, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex CO14 8LE

Phone:  01255 852519    01255 860151
Email: mail@nazetower.co.uk

Naze Tower Walton on the NazeThe Naze Tower is an historic 86ft landmark and unique visitor attraction. THE GALLERY The Naze Tower art gallery is on six floors and features three exhibitions each year. To find out what’s on go to Exhibitions.

Throughout our season The Naze Tower show and sell work by established and up coming artists from East Anglia working in a range of media including 2d, 3d and crafts. Much of the art is inspired by the local area and coastline and, in some cases, the Tower itself.

All the artworks in the gallery are for sale including crafts, unframed and framed artworks from £10 upwards. The small shop in the Tower on the ground floor sells books, gifts, souvenirs and cards.

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  • Debit and credit cards are accepted
  • If you love art, join our Membership and be invited to all the private      views
  • If you are an artist interested in exhibiting at the Tower go to Art Submissions
After generally known as Eadolfenaesse and also Waltonia, the town of Walton now requires its name in the Naze, the area of headland known, the planet over, for its ancient fossils, distinctive wildlife and its ongoing battle against the sea.
For the
final 250 years the headland has been dominated by the Naze Tower, constructed in 1721 by Trinity Residence lengthy before lighthouses became commonplace. Its original objective was to act as a marker for ships approaching the Harwich harbour, a duty which it nevertheless performs now.
In the starting in the 20th century radio masts were erected at the prime of tower in an try at lengthy variety transmission, the tower has also played a portion within the numerous wars since the 18th century.
Inside the final couple of years the Tower, believed to be the only a single of its kind within the globe, has been bought by a regional resident, refurbished and opened as a visitor attraction.
For
hundreds of years the Tower, recognized locally as ‘The Landmark’, has been a symbol of Walton’s history, and as the Naze around it can be progressively lost to sea it acts as a sign of what might be lost in the event the sea continues to eat away in the cliffs.
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