• <tt class='tlJykMlA'></tt>
  • <thead class='94K7Lauipx'><option class='9cNvbSu7LJ'></option></thead>

    <em class='jepytdnyfeW3'><b class='oR1Ys12nk'><td class='6rzzLTN'></td></b></em>

  • <dl class='Td0EmkF'><b class='qoWhaibfJ9'></b></dl>

  • <span class='lS1G'></span>

    Sidebar

    Museums and Exhibitions

    Places to see timepieces: museums, virtual museums, and exhibitions

    Exhibitions Museums Outdoor Museums Virtual Museums Bottom
    • Exhibitions & Exhibits
      • USA, at the NAWCC Museum: May 13 thru December 31 2018
    • Museums
      • Albania [Clocks Museum], Tirana, documents the history of the clock tower in Albania
      • Australia, VIC, Melbourne Clocks Museum, Hampton, private collection
      • Australia, VIC, , Melbourne
      • Austria, , Steyr, 14th C pieces thru early 20th C
      • Austria, Steirisches Uhren-, Musikalien- und Volkskundemuseum, Arnfels
      • Austria, , Burgenland, tower clocks
      • Austria, , Karlstein
      • Austria, , a collection of 3,000 timepieces
      • ▪ video ▪
      • Belgium, , Brussels, more than a thousand art deco ceramic clocks
      • Belgium, , Bruges, applied arts including a small clock collection
      • Belgium, , Mechelen, a private museum with more than 1000 timepieces, guided tours only
      • Belgium,
      • Belgium, , Brussels, a collection focused on local makers
      • Canada, ON, , Deep River, Canada's clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s
      • ▪ video ▪
      • China, , Forbidden City, Beijing
      • Croatia, , Zagreb, a collection of more than 400 clocks and 200 watches
      • Cuba, , Havana, Cuervo y Sobrinos watchmaking & jewelry museum
      • Czech Republic, , Karlstejn, 650 exhibits
      • Czech Republic, , Prague, large collection of domestic clocks
      • Czech Republic, [Museum of Clocks], Bratislava
      • Czech Republic, , Prague, time-measuring devices and clockmaking technology
      • Denmark, , Århus, Danish and other clocks from the 16th C.
      • Finland, , Espoo, 5,000 watches as early as the 17th C; also tools and materials
      • France, , Grand Combe Chateleu
      • France, , Charroux en Bourbonnais
      • France,
      • France, , Saint Nicolas d'Aliermont
      • France, , Mortreau, collection of watchmaking tools and 1399彩票app官方下载; watches and history of watchmaking
      • France, , Cluses
      • France, , Villers le Lac
      • France, , Montecheroux
      • France, , Strasbourg, timepieces from the 16th century
      • France, , Paris
      • France, , Morteau, items relating to comtoise clocks and animations
      • France, , Briançon, more than 200 items in 4 rooms
      • France, , Besançon
      • France, , Beaucourt
      • France, , Lorris
      • France, , Toulouse
      • France, , Sisteron
      • Germany, , Furtwangen, a collection of 8,000 items of which 2,500 are on display
      • ▪ video ▪
      • ▪ video ▪
      • Germany, , Gütenbach, Black Forest clocks especially cuckoos
      • Germany,
      • Germany,
      • Germany,
      • Germany,
      • Germany, , Lenskirch
      • Germany, , Dresden, a collection of historical timepieces and scientific instruments
      • Germany, , Düsseldorf, more than 200 Morbier clocks
      • Germany, , Bockenem
      • Germany, , Frankfurt am Main
      • Germany,
      • Germany, , Albstadt, sundials, astronomical equipment, pocket watches
      • Germany, , Neuwied, decorative arts including tallcase clocks
      • Germany,
      • Germany, , Mindelheim
      • Germany,
      • Germany, Turmuhrenmuseum Burg Sayn, Bendorf-Sayn
      • Germany,
      • Germany,
      • Germany, , Bocholt
      • Germany, , Naunhof
      • Germany, , Schwenningen, features restored and fully operational clock manufacturing machinery
      • Germany, , Furth im Wald, 700 pieces
      • Germany, , Chemnitz
      • Germany, Uhrenmuseum, Norden
      • Germany,
      • Germany,
      • Germany, , Berlin
      • Germany, , Glashütte, the development of the production of watches from 1845 up to the present
      • Germany, , Nuremberg, a display of 450 items from a collection of 1200 portable clocks
      • Germany, , Obernzenn
      • Germany, , Niederwiesa
      • Germany, , Treseburg, over 400 exhibits
      • Germany, , Hartha
      • Germany, , Neukirchen-Vluyn
      • Hungary, [Museum of Applied Arts], Budapest, a wide variety of timepieces
      • Italy, , Pesariis, pendulum and bell tower clocks
      • Italy, , Florence
      • Italy, , Montefiore dell'Aso
      • Italy, , Milan, small collection of early watches and clocks
      • Japan, , Tokyo, 200 clocks
      • Japan, , Hiroshima
      • Japan, , Sumida-ku, Tokyo
      • Lithuania, , Klaipėda, European clocks especially Lithuanian
      • Mexico, , Zacatlán, Puebla, public clocks
      • Mexico, , Mexico City, antique clocks and gramophones
      • Mexico, , Coyoacán, Mexico City
      • Netherlands,
      • Netherlands, Klokkenmuseum G.L. Tasma, Frederiksoord, Dutch and Foreign clocks from 1500-1950 and horological tools
      • Netherlands, , Zaandam, all types of Dutch clocks
      • Netherlands, , Utrecht, automata, music boxes, & musical clocks
      • Netherlands,
      • Netherlands, , National Museum of the History of Science and Medicine, Leiden
      • New Zealand, , Whangarei, 1500 items
      • Poland, , Kracow, 250 European clocks
      • Poland, [State Museum Przykowski in Jędrzejów], Jędrzejów
      • Poland, [Museum of Artistic and Precision Handicrafts ], Warsaw
      • Poland, , Gdansk
      • Romania, , Ploiesti
      • Russia, , Moscow, six collections showing chronometers and scientific instruments, Russian horology, and watchmaker tools
      • Slovakia, , Bratislava, three floors of exhibition of clockmaking from the end of the 17th to the end of the 19th centuries
      • Spain, , Ronda, Málaga, 18th & 19th C clocks
      • Spain, , Palencia, sundial museum
      • Spain, , Madrid, collection of 18th & 19th C English & French clocks
      • Spain,
      • Spain, Museo de Relojes de Don Andrés Santiago Zarzuelo, Salamanca
      • Spain, , Principado de Asturias, tower clocks, clocks, & watches
      • Spain, , La Coruña, a collection of 82 clocks
      • Spain, , Madrid, clocks & watches
      • Spain, , Madrid
      • Spain, , Sangüesa
      • Spain, , Jerez, Cádiz, almost 300 clocks
      • Switzerland, , Zürich, 250 pieces from all fields of horology from 1400 BC right up to the present day
      • Switzerland, , Basel, timepieces made between the 15th and 19th centuries
      • Switzerland, , Schaffhausen, over 230 items
      • Switzerland, , Neuchâtel, automata and pocketwatches
      • Switzerland,
      • Switzerland, , Geneva, more than 5,800 pieces
      • Switzerland, , Sentier,
      • Switzerland, , La Chaux-de-Fonds
      • Switzerland, [Wichterheer Museum of Timepieces and Mechanical Music Instruments], Oberhofen - Lake Thun, turret clocks, wall and mantel clocks, organ clocks, pocket and wristwatches
      • Switzerland, , Bienne, 4,000 watches
      • Switzerland, , Geneva, a display of watches, musical automata and portrait miniatures from the 16th to the 19th century
      • Switzerland, , Winterthur, clocks from the Renaissance to atomic. Special collections include iron console clocks of the Winterthurer clockmaker Liechti from the 16th and 17th centuries and 18th century Swiss wood wheel clocks
      • Thailand, , Bangkok, the collection of King Rama V
      • Turkey, , Istanbul, Turkish, French, and English clocks of the 18th and 19th centuries
      • Turkey, , Instanbul
      • UK, , Throwley, Kent, the collection of the 5th Lord Harris
      • UK, , Upton, open to members only
      • UK, , London
      • UK, , Chertsey, Surrey, fine British and Continental examples of a variety of clocks and watches from the mid 18th century period to the late nineteenth century. These silver and gold fob watches date from the period 1783 to the late 19th century
      • UK, , London, 600 English and European watches, 30 clocks and 15 marine timekeepers, together with a number of rare horological portraits from c.1600 to c.1850
      • UK, , Chichester, West Sussex, devoted to the synchronisation of society, through time transmission. Includes turret, master and instrument clocks.
      • UK, , Dornoch, Scotland, AM Paul's Watchmaker & Jeweller's Tools
      • UK, , Dorset, a collection of Dorset longcase clocks and other timepieces
      • UK, , Colchester, clocks made in Colchester between 1640 and 1840
      • UK, , Bury St. Edmunds
      • UK, , Oxford, includes the world's largest collection of astrolabes
      • UK, , Greenwich
      • UK, , Prescot
      • UK, , South Kensington, London
      • UK, , South Kensington, London
      • UK, , West End, London
      • USA, AL, , Opelika, a wide variety of more than 250 clocks
      • USA, CA, , Vista
      • USA, CT, , Bristol, a large collection of American and foreign clocks and watches from 1595
      • ▪ video ▪
      • USA, IA, , Spillville
      • ▪ video ▪
      • ▪ video ▪
      • USA, IL, , Evanston, 1,100 antique clocks and floor-to-ceiling stained glass
      • USA, MA, , Waltham
      • USA, MA, has 16 observatory grade Astronomical regulators (including Ellicot, Thompion, Howard, Willard, Bond, Riefler and Short) and about 100 other horological objects. including one of the worlds best collection of diptych ivory sundials
      • USA, MA, , Sturbridge Village, early American clocks
      • USA, MA, , North Grafton, over 80 clocks made by the Willard family
      • USA, MI, , Dearborn
      • USA, MS, , Starkville, an extensive collection of mostly American clocks and watches dating as far back as the early 1700s
      • USA, NY, , Binghamton, permanent exhibit of time recording clocks
      • USA, NY, , Newark, over 250 antique timepieces from 8 countries, with emphasis on NY State clockmakers
      • USA, OH, , Cincinnati, 17th thru 19th century watches
      • USA, OH, , Cincinnati
      • USA, PA, , Columbia, the largest horological museum in North America with more than 12,000 items
      • ▪ video ▪
      • ▪ video ▪
      • USA, TX, , Jefferson, a private collection of land surveying and clock items. Exhibits included in the collection are instruments, maps, books and documents related to land surveying.
      • USA, TX, , Pharr, over 2,000 clocks from all over the world
      • USA, TX, , Lockport
    • Outdoor 'Museums'
      • Germany,
      • UK,
    • Virtual Museums and Collections
      • , the entire range of Chinese made timekeeping devices including past, present and future clocks and watches, including "smart" technology
      • , torsion suspension and Canadian Clocks
      • , a virtual museum of over 50 American clocks with pictures and descriptions
      • , Lee Barrett's site of primitive and quirky clocks
      • , a virtual museum of the major developments in the evolution of the solar powered wristwatch since its invention by Roger Riehl in 1972
      • [The Clock Collector]
      • , Dan & Diana's collection
      • , Vienna Regulator Collection

    Exhibitions Museums Outdoor Museums Virtual Museums Top