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World's Tallest Thermometer

72155 Baker Blvd., Baker, CA
+1 760-733-4747
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Something different

Looks pretty cool from the freeway. Up close hard to see the temp. Only a gift shop at the bottom... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
narpa01
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Irymple Australia
via mobile
Quirky

Not much here but thermometer was accurate with the one in our rental car. It truely is huge... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
snickerdoodle205
,
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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  • Excellent28%
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  • Average32%
  • Poor7%
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72155 Baker Blvd., Baker, CA
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+1 760-733-4747

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Looks pretty cool from the freeway. Up close hard to see the temp. Only a gift shop at the bottom which we didn't go into. Hard to get a photo while standing at the bottom. Something different to see so stop and enjoy, it is...More

Thank narpa01
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Not much here but thermometer was accurate with the one in our rental car. It truely is huge. Takes about 5 minutes to lol at it and get some photos.

Thank snickerdoodle205
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My first drive from Vegas to California and this was on someone's list from a website of places to stop so I did. Come on it's a giant thermometer in not a real desolate town. Well that strip of road felt like it had a...More

Thank glorijane w
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You know where you are when you see this thermometer. And it's got space for the temperature to be over 130 degrees! Not sure I really want to see that.

Thank LoveMahaulepu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

world's largest thermometer!! it's always fun during summertime to glance at this giant thermometer while passing by Baker to see how HOT it is!! but stopping by the actual thermometer will give you more info regarding this landmark!! when it was built, who built it,...More

Thank 777JeffA777
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Definitely weird. Its most interesting when it is really hot, like 110 or 115 or even 120.....that is until your brain registers just how hot it is and how ridiculous it is to be standing out in the broiling sunshine in that kid of temperature....More

Thank og84
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I was fun to stop here, the history of it is cool as I'm into history especially if it's quirky! It made a nice motorcycle ride from Vegas too! If your passing by stop, also a great trip from Vegas to get out of Vegas!

Thank JohnL1972
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Driving from Beverly Hills to Vegas we knew when we were close to Baker because of the thermometer!! It's really neat to see and standing under it you feel so tiny!

Thank PlaytimewithMiss_T_e
Reviewed 9 May 2017

It was not so hot out. But the day was very bright, making it hard to see the numbers. I bet it is neat to see all light up at night, though. Don't go out of your way to see this, but if you are...More

Thank Jackqulyn G
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Every one likes to see this- and on hot days the gas station there sells lots of ice cream so this free attraction is a money maker for the local community -

Thank Debbie M
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