Beyer Clock And Watch Museum Overview

Amidst the many historic places to visit in Zurich is the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum located on Bahnhofstrasse. This fine piece of architecture and antiques stands out among the many department stores and shops that line the street.

Known to preserve the world’s leading private collections of clocks, Beyer Clock and Watch Museum showcases around 260 valuable exhibits, some of which are modern, while others date back to 1400 BC. A must-visit as part of your Switzerland tour package, immerse yourself in the artistry and history of horology at this renowned museum in the heart of Zurich.

You’ll find everything from sundials to water clocks, magnificent pendulums to elaborate pocket watches, automatic watches to scientific devices and so much more. The museum is definitely a great way to learn about how people kept track of time in the ancient eras and the development of clocks and watches over the centuries.

Highlights: Educational experience, antique products

Location: Bahnhofstrasse 31, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland

Entry Fee: Adults: CHF 10; Students: CHF 5; Senior: CHF 7; Children (under 12): Free

Timings: Mon-Fri: 2–6 pm; Weekends Closed

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