We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Betsy was immense and relates the history and inside details that add spice to a cultural icon. Meeting her was a highlight of our visit to Baltimore. Met Tommy who also added to the personalization of the tower and it;s inhabitants. It is a jewel...More
This is a hidden gem standing tall in Charm City! There is a small fee ($8) to tour the clock room but it is totally free to see all of the art. Take the old elevator to the top and then work your way down...More
To go to the clock room you will pay $8 (reasonable price) and first go to a "lecture," then visit a "museum," and then the clock room. There is no skipping ahead, so be prepared for a 45-60 minute lecture, then you move along to...More
This clock tower office building is modeled on the clock tower in the Piazza Vecchio in Florence, but is even better. The clock is the largest Seth Thomas in the world, the only 4-faced clock tower, and the face is 2 ft wider than Big...More
This amazing landmark gets you up close & personal with Baltimore's iconic clock. A dominant feature of Baltimore's skyline the tower showcases an eclectic mix of arts groups as well as a history museum. Tours are available 4 times a day (fee charged). Space is...More
Best place to visit in Baltimore on a Saturday,This place has everything,One amazing Clock,Beautiful Museum rooms,15 floors of amazing art,Five Stars highly recommend.
Saturdays 11:00 am to 4:00 pm This place rocks.
We had a great history session by the endearing, witty tour guide and curator, Ernie. The collection of historical artifacts (cobalt blue bottles) from the Bromo Seltzer era was fantastic and Ernie’s knowledge of the history was amazing. To top it all off - the...More
Based on the information from the website, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower was also known as The Emerson Tower and was constructed in 1911 and now can be seen from many angles of the city. It was built to model the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence....More
I called the clock tower last week. Was t able to go last week so thought today would be great (12:30pm tour for 3) got there. Paid the meter and whoa to our surprise it was not open today BUT would be open next Saturday....More