Locke Park

The Locke Park Tower is a remarkable monument that stands tall in the heart of Barnsley.

It is built at the highest point of the park, offering a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape that leaves visitors in awe.

The tower's design is the brainchild of the Paris-trained architect, Richard Phené Spiers. Known for his architectural brilliance, Spiers has left no stone unturned in ensuring that the Locke Park Tower stands out as a masterpiece. The tower's design is a testament to Spiers' attention to detail and his ability to blend functionality with aesthetics.

What makes the Locke Park Tower even more special is its status as a Grade II listed structure. This means that the tower, along with the park, is of special architectural or historic interest. Being a Grade II listed structure, the Locke Park Tower is well-preserved and maintained to retain its original charm and grandeur.