The Tower Hotel is an impressive late 17th-century Italian-style building, with a wealth of ornamental ceiling cornices, beautiful architraves and an impressive balustrade. Bedrooms, many named after prominent people from Harwich's past, are spacious and furnished to a very high standard. Evening meals and breakfast are served in the decorative dining rooms, and Rigby's bar offers tempting meals and a wide range of refreshments.
One of Britain’s first cinemas.
Harwich’s Guildhall is a Grade I listed building and is the administrative home for Harwich Town Council.
One of the UK’s only surviving wooden, working piers, attracts thousands of visitors to Harwich each year.
An anti-Napoleonic circular fort commanding the harbour.
This unique, historic vessel is the only surviving lightship not to have been stripped of its accommodation and it has been restored by a dedicated team of volunteers.
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