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Built between 1403 and 1412, the Clock Tower is the only medieval town belfry in England and is designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The tower with its fine bell has survived over 600 years of use. The Clock Tower was first and foremost a...more
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Have walked past this medieval tower many times and wasn't aware you can climb to the top, anyway Mrs C and I paid our pounds (bargain) and clambered up the steep narrow stairs, past the bell and the clock mechanism and then to the top....More
Passed by the clock tower, and decided to walk to the top for the views. Steep and narrow climb, single file, but do -able if reasonably fit. Cost £1 each, not a lot for this little 'experience' Info leaflet upon entry, Pretty views from the...More
Reputedly the only 15th-century clock tower left in England, some local tourist information is available at the entry to the tower. Information plaques and clock remains are inbedded in the tower's front wall. People who climb the inside stairs to the top are rewarded with...More
We decided to go to St Albans for a day trip and visited the Clock Tower for a inexpensive views of the town. It is only £1 for adults and free for kids and it may take be just a 30 minutes visit but so...More
So amazing that this tower is over 600 years old!!. A great spot to sit and take in the views, some sun and watch the world go by. French Row on one side with some delicious pastry shops, and the Boot pub on the other.
This is such a great place to sit and watch the world pass by. St Albans has a wide diversity of residents and visitors. Being a Roman city with many remains and a great museum there are a lot of tourists, usually on their way...More
Check the St Albans tourist website but from recollection this attraction is open weekends from Easter to September 1030am to 5pm with a few extra days like bank holidays and residents first weekend.The cost of entry this... More
Check the St Albans tourist website but from recollection this attraction is open weekends from Easter to September 1030am to 5pm with a few extra days like bank holidays and residents first weekend.The cost of entry this year was £1 for adults and children free. Hope that helps... Enjoy