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 of the largest musical instruments on earth and was custom built to house the historically significant bells of Saint Martin in the Fields Church, the parish church of Buckingham Palace in Trafalgar Square, London.
These bells date back to before the 14th century!
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 is 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.
Located at Barrack Square; just a short five minute stroll from the city of Perth.
Opening times vary seasonally. Currently last entry is 3:45pm.
Monday 10am to 4pm
Tuesday 10am to 4pm
Wednesday 10am to 4pm
Thursday 10am to 4pm
Friday 10am to 4pm
Saturday 10am to 4pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm
10am to 4pm; open from noon on Anzac Day
Christmas Day Closed
Good Friday Closed