Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth
About Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth
Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 3TT, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 10 GBP
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Spinnaker tower is a smashing tower that looks like a sail of a ship. It is most famous for the spell binding views that it provides of Portsmouth and the surrounding waters. Get a rush as you step on the glass floor that reveals mind boggling sights or head to the observation tower that affords a 360 degree view that will make you awestruck. The building soars a whopping 170 metres high making it taller than the London eye even! Visiting the tower is a truly unforgettable experience that will leave a mark on you forever.
Spinnaker Tower Information
- Online tickets come at a 15% discount.
- There is a café serving refreshments inside the tower.
Spinnaker Tower Ticket Prices
- For Children: 7.50 GBP
- Entry is free for Children under 3
- For Senior : 8.50 GBP
- For Family: 29 GBP
- Combined tickets for Spinnaker Tower and Portsmouth Dockyard are available too.
Spinnaker Tower Opening and Closing Hours
- 1st Sept to 23rd Dec: Last entry 5.30pm
- 1st Aug to 30th Aug: Last entry 6pm
How To reach Spinnaker Tower by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop: Gunwharf Quays (North and South Bound)
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Visiting Portsmouth? You should anyway. This is one of the best experiences there, with great staff to really help you get the most out of your tenner. Views are superb in almost every direction and you can see the big ferries coming back from France from the channel, among naval ships and more. Glass floors, cafe inside to relax and enjoy the view, great gift shop too. Definitely recommend.
Excellent place to visit to get amazing views. The staff are extremely helpful and willing to offer any information you may require about the area and other attractions that are near by. During the summer months if your brave enough and able to book a place as they sell out so fast , you can abseil down the side of the tower giving another spectacular view of the area.
Fantastic views, a great experience but what made it so special was the lovely staff so very helpful and informative. From the ticket box to the lovely lady who took us up into the lift. But special thanks to the young man on the photo desk who told us about the chainlink walk and even went off and came back with a map for me.
Views not to be missed. The entry fee is a bit pricey for what you get during the visit but it's it's still worth seeing. The first floor is an almost 360 view from the top. The second floor up is a restaurant and cafe. The third floor is worth the stay if it's not overcrowded as there's an astroturf set up with beach lounges to spend a bit of time.
Great views. Beautiful design. Thrilling glass floor. Check website for details.
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