The Bell Tower

Perth, WA

Where is it at?

The Bell Tower

Perth
WA
6000

8 6210 0444

Where are we going today?

The towering glass spire of The Bell Tower located where Perth meets the Swan River in vibrant Barrack Square, is a touchstone for Australian and international tourists. The Bell Tower is one giant musical instrument of considerable historical and cultural significance with a dedication to become a world-centre of excellence in the art of English change ringing.

One of Western Australia's most unique and visited attractions, The Bell Tower offers tourists fascinating displays on these famous bells and the ancient art of bell ringing, as well as stunning 360 degree views of Perth city skyline and the Swan River from the sixth floor open air observation deck.

The Bell Tower claims to be the only place in the world where you can view bell ringing in action or where you can even have a go at bell ringing yourself in one of their interactive demonstrations.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $14

Children: $9

Free Under: 5 years

LAST UPDATED 2013

Need a little extra help?

Easy access includes ramped entry from Barrack Square, and tactile tiles for visually impaired visitors that mark the edge of the water features and pedestrian crossings. The Tower provides for wheelchair and stroller access with a spacious enclosed glass lift to all levels. The lift is fitted with dual control buttons to allow for larger wheelchairs that cannot be turned in a lift. Toilet facilities include a large formatted disabled and special needs toilet with a seated area, sink and shower facilities that is suitable for parents.

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When can we go?

Open daily from 10am. Opening times vary seasonally. Currently last entry is 4.15pm Not open Good F

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Any top tips?

Chime one of the St Martin-in-the Field bells and receive a certificate stating they have chimed an historic bell (free of charge). Plus the latest edition is Video Postcards. This is a fantastic new FREE service for visitors and allows them to film themselves at the Tower, send the link to their friends and say hello.

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