Carillon is a musical instrument based on 47 bells and follows the tradition of Belgian bell music. In a Carillon the bells are rung by forcing a clapper down onto the bell from levers at a keyboard. The Carillonneur therefore plays the music which can be enjoyed across the surrounding Queens Park and well beyond.
Recitals every Thursday (1pm) and Sunday (3.30pm) throughout summer - full details can be found on the Carillon website. During recitals visitors are able to watch the Carillonneur playing in the Clavier room.
WAR MEMORIAL MUSEUM
Winner of the Renaissance Heritage People’s Choice Award 2007
Within the tower there are three floor of militaria. They represent the efforts of the men and women who helped make this country safe for future generations to enjoy in freedom and peace.
The tower is open tothe public every day from 13:00 to 16:30 from Good Friday until 30th September, every year.