It's not a very tall or imposing tower. It is in front of "The Peace Memorial" which is just a building from what we could tell... No way to go inside and no placard explaining anything. The most interesting thing about the clock tower is the monument across the street, recognizing the women who fought for the right to vote (which they didn't get until 1958!!!)
This is certainly not something worth going out of your way to see. But if you are in the area, sure, why not.
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