Nelson's Monument, Great Yarmouth
Nelson's Monument - details for 2013
Nelson's Monument, or Norfolk Naval Pillar, was built on the South Denes in the centre of the Officers' Racecourse and the Military Training ground in commemoration of Admiral Lord Nelson. It was completed in 1819 and is now a Grade I listed monument.
During 2014 Nelson's Monument will be open Sundays only from end of May to end of August, from 10am to 3pm. Take this opportunity to climb all 217 steps and experience the breathtaking views. Ascents are only for two people at a time and cost £3 per person. Monument Guides are on hand to explain the monument's construction, history and restoration and its links with Admiral Lord Nelson.
Please note: due to the slim spiral staircase and small viewing platform, only two visitors can make the ascent at any one time. We regret that we cannot accept small children or visitors with heart, lung or mobility problems on the tours. The Monument has a parapet which is 1.3 metres high. Visitors will be asked to leave bags or bulky items in the care of another guide, who will be stationed at the base of the Monument.