Stratford Clock Tower, Stratford
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Four times a day, Stratford Clock Tower charms Stratfod with a short show featuring a glockenspiel and mechanical figurines of characters from William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." Accompanying the music of the glockenspiel (housed within the tower and the only one of its kind in the country), the figures play out scenes in the window near the base of the tower. Use our Stratford trip generator to add Stratford Clock Tower and other attractions to your Stratford vacation plans.
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  • The main road through Stratford you will pass automatically. At certain times, the Bell Tower plays a song. However, this is hard to hear unless you stand directly underneath or next to it because of the busy road. Toilets are great for photographers, nearby, but nothing more worth as a small stopover.
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  • The Stratford's GlockenSpiel Tower is unique and the only one in NZ. Stratford in Taranaki named after Stratford-upon-Avon, the birth place of William Shakespeare. This tower plays a scene from Romeo ...  more »
  • Stopped while passing through to have a look. Nice tower good story boards tell about it's history you cannot go up closed to public.