Essex is a county of contrasts with a wealth of hidden treasures to be explored.
Audley End House is just one hidden gem of Essex. It is a massive Jacobean house set deep in the Essex countryside and yet a short drive from London.
Others include Hylands House in Chelmsford, a neo-classical style villa in around 500 acres of landscape; Layer Marney Tower near Colchester, which was built in the reign of Henry VIII; Ingatestone Hall, built in the 16th century by Sir William Petre, Secretary of State to no less than four monarchs, and whose family still live there today.
The Naze Tower is an historic landmark dramatically situated on the cliffs at the Naze. The 86ft tall octagonal tower has played an important part in maritime history and is grade II* listed, as the only building of its type and era in the country.The Tower is located at the Naze an attractive natural coastal location popular with the public for leisure pursuits. There is lots to explore - beach, cliff and seawall walks, a nature reserve and two SSSI's (Site of Special Scientific Interest).
Colchester Castle Museum, Colchester Castle is the largest Norman Keep in Europe.
A visit to Colchester Castle is now bigger, brighter and better than ever before, with brand new interactive displays including new finds and star exhibits. There are regular family events to keep the children occupied and expert led tours can be booked for a small charge.
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