Inveraray Bells

The Inveraray Bells

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The Avenue, Inveraray, Argyll.

Approach through the arches by the Argyll Hotel, then up the avenue.
The bell tower lies to the south side of All Saints’ Church.

Opening times:

Monday 1st July 2019 until Friday 13 Sept 2019, 10.30am to 4.30pm

(closed on the  Tuesday of the  Inveraray Highland Games Day)

The entrance fee is £4 for adults, £3 for concessions, £2 for children or £10 for a family ticket.

Ascend the tower by easy staircase to see these world famous bells and the spectacular views over Loch Fyne and Inveraray.

Contact Points:

Contact: Tel: 01436 673029

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History & information



The annual Mass of Requiem at All Saints, Inveraray will be held on Saturday 9th November at 12.30pm. The Scottish Association of Change-Ringers will attempt a muffled quarter-peal in honour of the departed.

Duke Niall Diarmid X, who built the Bell-Tower and furnished it with its 10 superb bells, named for the Celtic saints associated with his territories, requested an annual Mass of Requiem in memory of his cousin Ivor, the Men of his lands, and all the departed of the First World War.

All who wish are invited to join us for this poignant celebration, and to join us afterwards at the George Inn for lunch.

Canon Simon Mackenzie