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The Emirates Spinnaker Tower is a 170-metre (560 ft) landmark observation tower in Portsmouth, England, UK. It is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour, which was supported by a National Lottery grant. Its shape was chosen by Portsmouth residents from a selection. The tower, designed by local firm HGP Architects and engineering consultants Scott Wilson and built by Mowlem, reflects Portsmouth's maritime history through its being modelled after a sail. The tower was opened on 18 October 2005.
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Be prepared to be amazed! Definitely worth a trip up the tower, the cake is pretty good too! Lots of fun standing on the glass floor!
This is hard to rate, the visitors attraction is a great experience however stay away from their coffee shops!!! Staff not well trained and were unable to give us twice what we ordered as they has no food recognition. Also if your ice cream does not set correctly please do NOT go ahead and serve it at all. So enjoy the views BUT go and have a coffee elsewhere!
This is a fabulous venue to hold your event. Weddings, corporate events, fund raisers, birthdays. The list is endless. Our fun casino blackjack and roulette tables went down a treat. Staff at The Spinnaker were celebrating winning Attraction of The Year.
Didn't go up the tower today, but my son loves this building. Was a great pleasure for me and my lad watching people abseil down it... For a good cause.
If you like good views get up there. I'm not great with heights but I dared myself to stand on the glass floor I did it but never looked down. After the view you can grab a coffee and watch the boats. What more can you want
Breathtaking experience, we loved it. Wow spectacular views 170 meters above the harbour, what a great location. Bright sunny day was a bonus took beautiful pictures. The Sky Walk, we all enjoyed it, but it's not for the faint hearted walking on the glass. They also do guided tours. Abseiling topped up our day. It was really nice to watch brave people abseiling 100 meters down the tower charity fundraising. We watched ferries come in & go out from the waterfront cafe. Great service and friendly staff. Definitely recommend.
The Spinnaker Tower is a 170-metre (560 ft) landmark observation tower in Portsmouth, England, UK. It is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour, which was supported by a National Lottery grant. Its shape was chosen by Portsmouth residents from a selection. The tower, designed by local firm HGP Architects and engineering consultants Scott Wilson and built by Mowlem, reflects Portsmouth's maritime history through its being modelled after a sail. The tower was opened on 18 October 2005.
Well placed for viewing Portsmouth Harbour and the Historic Dockyard. Staff very helpful and pleasant. Will definitely return but on a clear day with out the sea mist but was still a worthwhile trip to the top. A cup of tea and cake in the little cafe at the top was brilliant.
On a clear day we can see our house. Not really a one for heights but liked this. The small bit of clear floor takes nerve to walk on.Staff are very helpful and friendly.
I would definitely recommend visiting the Spinnaker Tower to everyone visiting Portsmouth. It offers fantastic views of the Portsmouth harbour, city and the approaching ships in the sea. We really enjoyed our time there and sat in the Sky Garden for some time.
Bit pricey to get in and go up to the observation / viewing deck, but the views are great on a clear day. There are deals so you can go to the Historic dockyard across town too.. The cafe at the top is small, but reasonably priced. Managed to get sat by the window and have coffee and cake. Not guaranteed a table if it's busy tho.. Worth a visit, better on a clear day..
Not as expensive as expected, as you can have access all day until 5pm at closing. The views are absolutely beautiful. Includes a glass viewing thing to stand on, although there's not much to see only the underneath architecture of the building. The staff were very friendly and explain a lot. The cafe is always fully booked at the top but there is one at the bottom