Clock Tower

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 political statement. The townspeople used it to assert their freedom, power and wealth in the face of the premier Benedictine Abbey of England (now St Albans Cathedral).

Easter to end of September 1030 – 1700 hrs.
2015 Opening Dates: Friday 3rd April to Sunday 27th September. Only open Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays. Also open for special events e.g. Residents First (last weekend in January) and St Albans Christmas Lights Switch On (November)

Adults £1, Children free

Clock Tower, High Street, St Albans
Postcode: AL3 4EL
Tel: +44(0) 1727 751810

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