The 15th century, 46 metre high clock tower is famous for the panoramic views it offers of Dinan from above. It was commissioned by Duchess Anne of Brittany; that’s why this clock’s main bell (it has five) is named Anne. The ground floor of the museum has an exhibit on the clock and how it works, and an exhibition on Duchess Anne.
Entrance Ticket Details For La Tour De L'horloge
- Free for under 12 years old.
How to Reach La Tour De L'horloge
- Walk or drive here.
- Ask a local for public transport info and/or directions.
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77.46% of people who visit Dinan include La Tour De L'horloge in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
46.22% of people start their La Tour De L'horloge visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see La Tour De L'horloge
74.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting La Tour De L'horloge