This chapter first provides an account of the nature of honouring and the connection between honouring and admiration. It is argued that while honouring has several emotional bases, it functions to pick out its target as someone others ought to admire. This means that whether honouring is fitting depends on whether admiration is fitting. An account of admiration is then outlined. On this account, admiration assesses its target as extraordinarily excellent, it can take on multiple objects (e.g. people, traits of people, nature, or objects can be admired), and that admiration need not involve a desire to emulate the target, but simply a desire to promote the admired values in the object of admiration. It ends by arguing that we can morally evaluate feelings of admiration and we can perhaps even have duties to admire or not to admire.