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Worth several pictures even if the inside is closed. The inside itself is a marvelous high circular expanse of red brick.
It's located next to the super modern City Hall so it's a two for one-er and makes an interesting photographic contrast.
This is a quick stop. The inside is beautifully arched brick. They have photos of how the inside used to look before it was turned into a local artist’s shop. I did get to see the “tunnels”, the space between the inside and outside walls....More
My good friend asked my daughter and I to meet her there yesterday. I live in Fresno and have never been there before. It is an awesome historical gem that should be visited by local folks and visitors that may be coming in to Fresno....More
Fresno, in my opinion destroyed too much of the old sections of Fresno and were prepared to destroy this magnificat gem of Old Fresno. Fortunately ffrom the efforts of many fine folks, this old water tower was saved and is a look at old history....More
Hope they can continue to fund this piece of Fresno History. It has wonderful feel to eat a great Art Gallery location and some hidden surprises if you ask they may show you like the small windows along the stars or the ladder leading up...More
One of the oldest surviving structures in downtown Fresno, the Old Water Tower is both an interesting, historic, and attractive architectural gem but also the downtown visitors' centre. It is apparently currently run by the arts council and when it is open one may go...More