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The Naze Tower welcomes visits from schools and colleges. The visit can be orientated towards studying Geography, History and/or Art and can include a talk by the Co-Director Michelle Nye-Browne that relates to any of these subjects. We offer a service that can be adapted for your school's requirements.

Primary schools usually encompass all three subjects while secondary schools and colleges most frequently visit the Naze to study Geography, specifically coastal erosion.

Teachers find a visit to the Tower enhances their field studies: from the roof viewing platform you can compare the protected and unprotected coastline and gain an expansive view of the coastal area and a birds eye view of the two SSSIs – Hamford Waters and the Naze Cliffs. The Museum provides further information.

The Geography talk offers a Q & A opportunity and can cover the Tower, the Naze, coastal erosion and up to date information about the Crag Walk coastal scheme.
For primary schools these areas are all covered but in less detail and more emphasis is placed on History and Art, the latter explored as a tour of the gallery.

The Tower provides a base and focus for the visit. Lunch, refreshments and souvenirs are available from the tea rooms and shop in the Tower.

Education Group Admission: £1.50 per person
Large groups visit the Tower but must be split into smaller groups
(preferably 20-25 people) and given a timeslot.

Admission and Talk: £2.50 per person
Orientated towards your particular study.
Minimum total group price is £25.

Education visits to the Naze Tower are popular and bookings are taken in advance so to avoid disappointment book a.s.a.p. To book or discuss a visit please Contact us.

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