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The tall clock tower stands in the centre of Camperdown. Built in the 1890's it looks as good as new. Worth getting out of your car and walking along to appreciate this and a town centre dotted with old buildings and history, with an avenue...More
The Manifold Clock Tower has limited opening hours (once a month and special occasions) but is well worth the climb if you're in the area. It provides great views of the town and surroundings for only a cheap as chips fee. It is well maintained...More
Climbing is not for everyone as it is quite steep, a great piece of local history as well as a great view. It is only open on the first Sunday of every month to climb though along with the Sunday market.
On the first Sunday of the month the clock tower is open for visitors who wish to view it. We saw the sign but didn't realise you had to, pay until we got inside. I noticed others were called back to pay also. It's inexpensive,...More
All these years and finally we managed to get the timing right...first Sunday of the month and you can climb the narrow stairs inside the clock tower. Worth a visit and lovely to see the insides of the clock works and the bells that still...More