Ypres Tower

* Photograph taken by Clive Sawyer 

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Where to find RCM Ypres Tower

Opening Times & Admissions

 

Open 7 days a week throughout the year  except on 24th and 25th December.

March 30 – October 31:   10:30 – 5:00,  last admission 4:30 

November 1 – March 29:  10:30 am – 3:30  Last admission 3:00 pm

Admission to the Tower: Adults  £4.00, Concessions: £3.00
Children under 16 free but must be  accompanied by an adult.

All donations are always gratefully received as we receive no funding. For more information on how to help us with funding click here

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*Photograph taken by Clive Sawyer
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Access

The Ypres Tower is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. It has uneven floors, low doorways, uneven steps and no lift. The Women’s Tower is situated in the garden, down a flight of steps…

Group Bookings

Groups wishing to visit the Ypres Tower may book to do so via telephone or email. Groups of over 8 people have a special rate and it is possible to arrange for a guide or a talk on a particular subject. The Museum Education Team can arrange special class visits for various curriculum subjects.

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