Following the passing of the Cinematography Act in 1909 by Parliament, The Electric Palace was one of the earliest purpose made cinemas in the country. Situated in the basement is a former gas powered generator engine with a 7 foot fly wheel.
Once listed as a building of sociological interest it is now a Grade II listed building and it welcomes visitors through its doors as a community cinema showing films every weekend and special live and music events.
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.
The Alma Inn & Dining Rooms
Ideally located within moments of the quay or a five minute walk from Harwich town station.
The Pier Hotel, Harwich
The Pier at Harwich is a very special destination for lovers of great food and drink.
The Tower Hotel
Set in an 1855 mansion, this stately, Italian-style hotel features ornate period ceilings and period features.
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