This monument, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Fountain, was unveiled on 5 January 1900 by Lady Sweet-Escott, wife of the administrator Ernest Bickham Sweet-Escott, during a ceremony held during the reign of Queen Victoria.
The fountain is said to contain the world's smallest image of Queen Victoria. The statue you see on the fountain today is a replica. The original on porcelain can be admired in the National Museum.
What few people know, the well contains drinking water.
The fountain is located quasi directly next to the Clocktower and in front of the main entrance of the "National Museum".
from the bus station westbound on Palm Street. At the intersection, turn left south onto Albert Street. At the Clocktower, cross the street to the National Museum.
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