Emerson Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a clock tower that is located in Baltimore, USA. The tower was built from 1907-11, it stands at a height of 88 metres. The tower was built to a Renaissance Revival style which was designed by architect Joseph Sperry, for a short period it was the tallest building in the city. Each side of the tower has a clock face. The stem of the eye-catching clock tower was used as offices of the local Bromo-Seltzer company for many years before recently being turned into art studios with new ownership.
‘Camden’ rail and tram station is a short walk away from the tower. The metro also stops a short walk away, depart at ‘Charles Center’. The 76 and 310 buses stop by the tower.
Opening Times and Admission
The tower is open to visitors every Saturday at 11am-4pm. Access to the tower is free if you are just viewing the art studios. Tours of the whole tower run at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm, a tour will set you back $8.