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Built on reclaimed land and styled like Big Ben Ben in miniature this is a gorgeous clock tower named after Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria and is well worth the time to visit while walking Belfast city center
We were on a city sightseeing tour of Belfast and I'm sure that we passed the clock tour 4 times over the 2 days that we were on the coach. Our guides told us on each occasion that we passed the clock tower that the...More
While walking around a new city, we like to spend one day taking in sights and doing free activities. This was one of our stops and it was a lovely clock tower. Obviously, there is no activity here other than taking a photo of this...More
When walking round the city it's difficult to miss. Once you learn that it's leaning by about 1.5m you then can't help looking to see if you can tell in which direction. We'll not tell you but you can't tell from every aspect. So don't...More
It's not the biggest clock tower and as others have said, maybe not worth a walk in the rain to see it up close, but it's curious because of the lean. Probably worth a google to see if it's something that really interests you enough...More
It's a nice clock, can be seen from the Castle Place/High Street just off Royal Avenue/Donegal Place (main shopping street) so wouldn't really recommend a walk down- you can see it from there and that's pretty much it.
Had a bit of trouble searching for this Clock as it rained hard while on the way to see it. When we got to the clock, it was just a nice looking big clock. Nothing special or outstanding to be honest if you have seen...More