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Opening times

It is not possible to access the tower on Mondays and Tuesdays.

To access the tower, you will need to collect a key.

The key is available from the adjacent 'Berryfields Tea Room' all year, Wed to Sun. 

From May to Sept a key is also available from the 'Museum of Abernethy', Wed to Sun (afternoons only).



Getting there

Abernethy Round Tower

Located in the village of Abernethy off the A913; east of the Bridge of Earn.

Grid reference - NO 192 163.

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