(Hop Off at stop 7 to visit)
Climb 99 steps to the top of the tower to get a bird's eye view of Oxford's "Dreaming Spires".
In 1818 St Martin's church was rebuilt complete with tower, however towards the end of the 19th century, mounting traffic problems necessitated road widening. The church, apart from it's tower, was demolished in 1896. The tower is all that remains today. On the east facade the church clock is adorned by two "quarter boys", who hit the bells at every "quarter" of the hour.
Opening times & admission prices
Open daily 10am - 5.30pm (4.30 in October).
Adults £2.30 - Seniors £2.30 - Students £2.30 - Children (under 16) £1.20
Location at the junction of St Aldates / Cornmarket St and High Street / Queen Street, Oxford
(Managed by City Sightseeing on behalf of Oxford City Council)
N.B.: There are now also combined bus/Carfax Tower tickets available, please ask us for details.