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“beloved icon on the Baltimore skyline”
The historic Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a beloved icon on the Baltimore skyline. Built in 1911 by the Emerson Drug Company, the Tower was originally capped with a fifty-one foot rotating model of the signature blue glass bottles of Bromo Seltzer (this was removed in '36 for structural concerns). In 1969, the building was donated to the City of Baltimore, and was used to house various City offices until 2006, when the Tower was purchased by Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower LLC, a cooperative between philanthropists Eddie & Sylvia Brown and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, and extensively renovated to create thirty distinctive working studio spaces for artists.
An absolute Baltimore gem that everyone needs to go visit - specifically, the tour is a must. I'm not much of a history person, but enjoyed it thoroughly. I can see the appeal of walking through... Read more
This is an underrated Baltimore classic! For $8 you can go up 15 floors (there is an elevator) and go INSIDE of the clock! It's so cool! The stairs going from the 15th floor into the clock are... Read more
This is a must visit. It's the best $6 you'll spend. Took the elevator up and then climbed some steep stairs to get up to the clock tower. Super cool seeing the mechanics and inner workings.... Read more
Bromo Seltzer Tower
- Sat: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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