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The tower is only open a few times a year. There is a spiral staircase with numerous stairs so bring your energy. You may want to pack ear plugs, if the bells in the belfry ring while your up there you'll wish you had them....More
The most unusual water tower in America. As interesting as its first owner. This is a spot that should be seen to be understood. His wife toured Europe and saw the fashioning of water towers. Why not Scituate. Great photographic spot
This magnificent bell tower has 121 spiral wooden steps to the top, where bells are rung that play songs. The view is breathtaking. The Scituate Historical Society that manages these landmarks is a wonderful organization, as most Historical Societies are. The buildings are open only...More
This is a historical site in Scituate. A beautiful tower built in 1902 to cover a water tower that was placed on the property by the town of Scituate. The water tower was in Mrs. Lawson's option an eyesore so her husband Thomas Lawson sent...More