Clock Tower Ajmer

Open Time : Open 24 hours

Entry : free

Address : Clock Tower, NH 8, Parao, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India

Why to visit Clock Tower Ajmer

The Clock Tower in Ajmer was built in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Silver Jubilee, hence the name Victoria Jubilee Clock Tower. The Indo-Islamic style is used to construct this city landmark, which is located across from the Ajmer Railway Station.

The Clock Tower, one of Ajmer's most recognised landmarks, is a superb example of Indo-Islamic architectural traditions. Four balconies, each crowned by a distinctive Islamic cupola, stare out from the Tower's four sides, providing a magnificent breathtaking view of the surrounding metropolis.

FAQ on Clock Tower Ajmer

Is there a charge to enter the tower?

No there are no admission fees.

How long does it take to tour the entire tower?

The tower can only be explored for one hour.

Special Tip

If you get tired after seeing the majestic tower, I recommend eateries like Pehli Manzil (0.2 km), Shankar Chaat (0.5 km), and Sky Grill (0.2 km), which are all located near the tower.

By Inaaya Sharma

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