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    Historic Site

    Herne Bay Clock Tower

    Herne Bay Clock Tower

    © Tim Stubbings


    Information Centre

    01227 363829


    Central Parade,
    Herne Bay,
    CT6 5LU


    The Clock Tower is the most striking piece of architecture in Herne Bay, it was built in 1837 by money donated by Mrs Ann Thwaytes a wealthy widow from London who stayed in the town for a number of years.

    Thanks to Lottery funding the Clock Tower has recently been refurbished and an information centre set up nearby to house memorabilia and information about the Clock Tower and it's fascinating history.

    Children welcome


    • Children welcomeChildren welcome



    See location of Herne Bay Clock Tower on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

    Map reference: TR 175683  Lat: 51.37272 Long: 1.12408

    Parking: with charge

    Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Herne Bay station

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