The Bell Tower
The Bell Tower is one of the largest musical instruments on earth, making it a unique and must see Perth attraction for tourists visiting the area.
Packed with fascinating, historic culture and information, it boasts a unique and distinctive design like no other! The Bell Tower hosts a range of different activities that the whole family can enjoy. From bell ringing to unique souvenirs, you can be sure that The Bell Tower has something to suit everyone!
For an education and fun day out, be sure to check out one of the most iconic Perth attractions, The Bell Tower!
Things to do
Hear the bells ring and see the bell ringers in action as they perform their ancient craft. Visitors also have access to the state-of-the-art audiovisual screens found throughout the tower.
Visit the Bell Tower’s Observation Deck on level 6 and enjoy the amazing 360-degree views encompassing the Swan River, Kings Park, City of Perth and the Darling Range. This deck also has a 26 bell Carillon that plays a number of well-known songs and national anthems when you give a gold coin donation. It is the first of its kind in the world and is very unique.
St Martin in the Field Bells
You can chime one of the St Martin in the Field bells and receive a certificate free of charge to prove that you have chimed an historic bell.
Send your friends and family video postcards free of charge and show everyone footage of yourself at the Bell Tower.
The Bell Tower - Concession
Closing times vary seasonally
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
The Bell Tower is located on the banks of the Swan river in Barrack Square on the corner of Barrack Street and Riverside Drive in the Perth CBD. An easy walk from any city hotel or catch the FREE Blue Cat bus which stops right out the front of the Bell Tower.