The tower was presumably built to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubillee in 1897. Situated on the road between Lancaster and Abbeystead the tower affords good panoramic views over the Lancashire Plain, Morecambe Bay and the hills of Bowland. The site is on the edge of the Clougha Access Area and good walking can be achieved to Grit Fell and Ward's Stone. The site is also on the edge of the Wyre Valley and there are many footpaths which link the historical settlements around the area such as Dolphinholme and Abbeystead and the hills to the south such as Grizedale Fell. Ordnance Survey Grid Ref: SD 542 572.
Location: Jubillee Tower, Westfield House Farm, Abbeystead Fell, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, Europe.