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There's a wonderful view from the top of the Clock tower - it's not too high, no wobbly bits, it's very safe although the 93 steps up are really narrow. There's room for a breather on the way up as the Clock and bells are on display. Built by 1412, its bell has survived for 600 years, ringing out to give the alarm during the first battle of St Albans during the War of the Roses, it rang out for Queen Victoria's funeral and the Curfew in 1863.
From the top you can see the lovely countryside. Even the market is on with its stripy yellow and blue canopies.
Only open at weekends, £1 entry.