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Spinnaker Tower Blog

Welcome to the Spinnaker Tower blog

Meet our Kitchen Manager!

We sat down with our Kitchen Manager, Darren to find out more about his vision for the Waterfront Café and hear about his recent experience working with our Sky Dining Guest Chef Stephanie Moon.

My Favourite Food with Stephanie Moon

We’re excited to welcome Stephanie Moon as the Guest Chef at our Sky Dining events this summer. As a top chef, Steph has sampled a large selection of food during her cooking career. But everyone has their favourites and we set out to find what Steph’s ultimate food heaven would include…

Ten things you didn’t know about Portsmouth

You obviously know that Portsmouth is home to the Emirates Spinnaker Tower which is 560ft tall and weighs 30,000 tonnes. However, here is what you may not know about the city of Portsmouth …

10 Fun Facts about Emirates Spinnaker Tower

To celebrate ten years of Spinnaker Tower, we’ve come up with ten fascinating facts you may not have heard before. Discover how many stairs have been climbed in the last decade and just how thick our glass floor sky walk is…

My Favourite View with comedian James Alderson

James Alderson, local comedian and resident compere at the Tower’s comedy nights, tells us which part of the Emirates Spinnaker Tower view he likes the best in the video below, plus find out how he got into comedy and all about his ideal weekend in Portsmouth…

My Favourite View: Jamie Mitchell, University of Portsmouth

Jamie Mitchell is part of the University of Portsmouth’s Student Union. Find out which part of the Emirates Spinnaker Tower view Jamie likes the best and more about his role in providing the best experience for all Portsmouth’s university students…

My Favourite View: Photographer Andrew Whyte

Andrew Whyte is a talented local photographer who has found his niche in long exposure night-time photography. Find out his favourite view of Emirates Spinnaker Tower and why the landmark has become a bit of a muse for lots of photographers over the years…