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Allen-Bradley Company Clock

1201 S. 2nd St., Milwaukee, WI 53204-2496
+1 414-382-2000
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Not as great the closer you get

You can see this clock from the freeway but if you travel the city streets to get closer look... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2017
Tommy M
Conyers, Georgia
via mobile
Don't Be Fooled - View from Afar!!

It's a cool attraction to view from afar but I do not think getting within a few city blocks is... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2017
Tampa, Florida
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  • Average22%
  • Poor3%
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1201 S. 2nd St., Milwaukee, WI 53204-2496
Walker's Point
+1 414-382-2000
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Reviewed 29 December 2017 via mobile

You can see this clock from the freeway but if you travel the city streets to get closer look you’ll find a not so attractive area. This is history,and I’m glad we were able to see it, I’d just say don’t make a special trip...More

Thank Tommy M
Reviewed 25 October 2017

It's a cool attraction to view from afar but I do not think getting within a few city blocks is worth it. We actually walked right by and there is not much around the vicinity. It does happen to be the world's tallest/largest clock. The...More

Thank 8ric
Reviewed 20 October 2017

As others have mentioned, used to be the largest four faced clock in the world. It can't be missed if you're driving into town from the south. Not worth visiting, but worth noting if you're passing by.

Thank NeverUnpacked
Reviewed 15 April 2017

While it is hard today to get excited about a big clock, in the heyday of manufacturing in Milwaukee it was easy to see if you would be late for work

Thank Hiexpectations48
Reviewed 1 February 2017

This was a place to visit on our scavenger hunt while in town for an FBLA conference and I have to say, it was pretty neat.

Thank rodneyf467
Reviewed 10 September 2016

The is an icon in Milwaukee, and the largest 4 sided clock in the U.S. I believe it used to be the largest in the world (it is larger than London's Big Ben), but somewhere they built a larger one in the past few years....More

1  Thank Richard K
Reviewed 10 June 2016

This clock is an established site on Milwaukee's south side. The view of the near south side wouldn't be the same without it.

Thank NJC53215
Reviewed 15 March 2016

Allen Bradley did not always have the huge clocks. But when the clock tower was completed and dedicated in 1962 it was quite the spectacle. It still is and each clock face is some 40 feet across and almost twice the size of Big Ben....More

Thank Jay N
Reviewed 14 March 2016

The AB clock tower promises to have the largest 4-side clocks in the US. Yes, the clocks are huge. Nice view.

Thank WolfJosef
Reviewed 17 February 2016

you need to see it in the evening when it really shines and is best with full moon in the background. a fixture in milwaukee for as long as i can remember....

Thank scott53Wisconsin
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