Mistley Towers

The tower interiors are closed under current government restrictions relating to coronavirus but the graveyard is open during any reasonable daylight hours and the tower exteriors can be viewed from there.

Free Entry

Exterior only: Open any reasonable time during daylight hours.

Address:

The Walls, Mistley, Essex, CO11 1HB

Before You Go

Two porticoed classical towers, which stood at each end of a grandiose but highly unconventional Georgian church, designed by Robert Adam in 1776.

Before You Go

Opening Times: The graveyard is open during reasonable daylight hours. 

The keys for the tower interiors are normally available for collection from The Mistley Thorn Hotel but this is not possible under current government restrictions relating to coronavirus.

Access: Please be aware that there are three steps up to the doors of each tower.

Facilties: There are no facilities at the towers but they are on the edge of the village of Mistley where there are shops, and places to eat and drink.

Dogs: Dogs on leads are welcome in the graveyard but only assistance dogs are welcome inside the towers.

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