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Architectural Interest:Clock Tower

Architectural Interest

Clock Tower, Scarborough

Clock Tower, Scarborough

Image courtesy of Vanessa Galashan.

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The famous Clock Tower overlooking the South Bay as featured in the The Royal TV series.

The Tower was built in 1911 to commemorate the crowning of George V and was presented by a businessman and philanthropist, Alfred Shuttleworth. Alfred resided in the 'Red Court' building which sits opposite the Clock Tower where The Royal was filmed.

Shuttleworth Gardens sits close by which was created by Alfred Shuttleworth after he bought the Red Court. The garden was later given to the people of Scarborough which is now home to a sensory garden.

Coach parties acceptedAccepts groups

Opening Details

Open all the time

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Scarborough Borough Council


North Yorkshire,
YO11 2AY



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

Map reference: TA 044885  Lat: 54.28149 Long: -0.39794

Follow signs into Scarborough Town Centre. With the Railway Station on your right, turn right onto Valley Bridge Road. Go straight on across the Valley Bridge and take the immediate left turn at the end then a sharp right onto Belmont Road. Follow this road along onto the Esplanade. Follow the road straight along and you will come to the Clock Tower.

Parking: with charge


  • Coach parties acceptedCoach parties accepted
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups