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St Albans Clock Tower

High Street, St. Albans AL3 4EL, England
+44 1727 751810
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Greta historic building

This was a lovely building t stumble across whilst shopping in St Albans. I really enjoyed looking... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
David M
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Historic Village-must see

love this village, lots to see and do clock tower market shops Abby Roman ruins-museum The six... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
1KarenDL
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High Street, St. Albans AL3 4EL, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a lovely building t stumble across whilst shopping in St Albans. I really enjoyed looking up from the ground and seeing it reach up into the sky. Well worth a visit.

Thank David M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

love this village, lots to see and do clock tower market shops Abby Roman ruins-museum The six bells the list goes on and on

Thank 1KarenDL
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lively and vibrant atmosphere surrounded with buskers and market goers enjoying market bargains and relaxing lunch.

Thank planetseymour
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Went up there to see the Christmas lights being turned on. Its great value and offers a great view of cathedral and the city centre.

Thank James S
Reviewed July 11, 2017 via mobile

Great view of St Albans and countryside. Stairs narrow and steep but well worth the effort. Interesting bits if history.

Thank KARStalbans
Reviewed July 9, 2017 via mobile

Whether you're local or a visitor from further afield, if you haven't been up the St Albans Clock Tower, it's a "must do"! You are able to climb the 93 steps to the top of the medieval belfry and view St Albans from above. It's...More

Thank Vivienne K
Reviewed July 5, 2017

If you go to St Albans you have to go up the tower and get a great view over the roof tops to the Cathedral.

Thank Gerry A
Reviewed July 4, 2017

Although I have lived in the St Albans area for many years, I climbed the clock tower for the first time a few weeks ago. It is an amazing experience, steeped with history and with a very narrow staircase. The views from the top are...More

Thank lucyhol
Reviewed June 29, 2017

You can't miss it, in the centre of the town, and there are signs telling of it's significance, but that's it.More

Thank PeteLucy434
StAlbansMuseum, Manager at St Albans Clock Tower, responded to this reviewResponded July 4, 2017

Hi PeteLucy434 - glad you found the ClockTower. It is actually open at weekends and bank holidays between Easter and the end of September where you can go up to the top and learn a bit more about how it was used in the past...More

Reviewed June 28, 2017

This tower is amazingly well preserved given its age. The background story is interesting and the adjacent shops still maintain the old world charm. Highly recommended.

Thank Tim C
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Helen S
February 8, 2015|
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Response from Mostyns | Reviewed this property |
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
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Helen S
February 8, 2015|
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Response from AndyCLawrence |
The Clock Tower is open every Saturday and Sunday from Good Friday until the end of September. It is opened at 10:30 am and closes at 5pm. Cost of entry is £1 for adults and children are free
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