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A View of the City from Inside the Observation Area of the Historic Clock Tower at Rockwell Automation

A View of the City from Inside the Observation Area of the Historic Clock Tower at Rockwell Automation

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The Clock Tower, built by Allen-Bradley Company and now owned by Rockwell Automation, has been a landmark in Milwaukee for more than 50 years. From 1962 to 2010, it was the largest four-sided clock in the world. Currently, it is the largest four-sided clock in the Western Hemisphere. Take this rare opportunity to check out the view from inside the observation area of the more than 300 foot tall clock and learn about its history. Local music will be performed by the J Ryan Trio.

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Type
Building

Saturday Hours
9:45 am, 10:15 am (Lottery Tour), 10:45 am, 11:15 am, 12:15 pm, 12:45 pm, 1:15 pm, 1:45 pm, 2:15 pm & 2:45 pm

Sunday Hours
Not offered

Duration
45 minutes: 15 minutes security check-in plus 30 minute tour

Ticket Type
Ticketed ($10)

Wheelchair Accessibility
Fully wheelchair accessible

Capacity
30

Special Requirements
Must arrive 15 minutes early to complete security check in. All participants 18 years and older must show photo ID. No food or beverages allowed.