The Benicia Clock Tower is an event venue located in Benicia, California, located off Interstate 780 (take exit 3B onto Military E then Adams Street) at Washington Street near the entrance to the Port of Benicia. It became the first property the City of Benicia owned in 1964 when it was decommissioned as a military arsenal. It has since served as an event venue for weddings, private parties, community functions, receptions, and fundraisers. The City of Benicia also owns the City GymBenicia Community CenterGazebo at City Park, Marina Green, Marina Pavillion, and Senior Center. 


Located directly across Benicia Clock Tower at 1 Commandant’s Lane, Benicia, CA 94510 is Arts Benicia Inc. The non-profit organization seeks to stimulate, educate, and nurture cultural life in Benicia through visual arts.  You can also see the Commandant’s Home from the clock tower at 1 Washington, Benicia, CA 95410.


Starting at the Benicia Clock Tower located at 1189 Washington St, Benicia, CA 94510, take Washington St to Adams St then Military E. If you follow Military E to E L St., you’ll reach City of Benicia – Parks & Community Services at 370 E L St, Benicia, CA 94510.

If you leave the City of Benicia – Parks & Community Services, head northwest on E L St. toward E 3rd St. Heading northeast on Military E, you’ll reach Jazzercise Benicia Fitness Center at 378 Military E, Benicia, CA 94510.

When you leave Jazzercise Benicia Fitness Center and head due southeast on Military E toward E 4th St then turn right at the second cross onto E 5th St. You’ll find Bottom of the Fifth on the right at 498 Military E, Benicia, CA 94510.

If you leave Bottom of the Fifth and head northeast on E 5th Street toward Military E, you’ll arrive at Holiday Inn Express Benicia at 1375 E 5th St, Benicia, CA 94510. 

If you leave Holiday Inn Express Benicia, take Exit 7A to Industrial Way and E Channel Rd, you’ll reach Avalon RV at 510 E Channel Rd, Benicia, CA 94510.