Secunderabad Clock Tower is a check tower situated in the Secunderabad area of Hyderabad, India. Built in 1860 on 10 sections of land 4.0 ha of land, the structure was introduced on 1 February 1897. A firman issued by Nizam Sikandar Jah set up the city of Secunderabad after his name in 1806. To respect the advancement accomplished by the British officers positioned at Secunderabad Cantonment in Hyderabad, the past British government set up 10 sections of land 4.0 ha of land for this reason in 1860. A 120-ft high check tower was developed in a recreation center of 2.5 sections of land 1.0 ha in 1896.
The tower was initiated by Resident Sir Trevor John Chichele Plowden on 1 February 1897. The clock on the pinnacle was given by Dewan Bahadur Seth Lachmi Narayan Ramgopal, a representative. The pinnacle was pronounced a legacy structure in the twin urban areas of Hyderabad-Secunderabad. It was because of the endeavors put by the city organization at locales like this pinnacle the proposition to look for UNESCO Heritage status for Hyderabad was resuscitated. The recreation center lodging the pinnacle additionally filled in as a setting for advancing different resident driven occasions, for example, a kids' film celebration, mindfulness programs among others.