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Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

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Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

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Bahnhofstrasse 31, Zurich 8001 Switzerland
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Zurich Central Station11 min
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Kesha wrote a review Jul 2020
Mumbai, India281 contributions125 helpful votes
Must visit the Museum it is one of the amazing museum I have ever seen I will give up 1 Thumbs up to this please just love this place
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Date of experience: July 2020
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charlene_veverka wrote a review Feb 2020
Wilton, Australia212 contributions136 helpful votes
Nice little museum, downstairs from the actual Beyer Shop in town. Has an interesting range of clocks from different countries and eras. I'm not a watch/clock freak, but I did enjoy reading and seeing this little uniquely interesting museum. It's free with the Zurich card and they provide you with Ipad information for English translation. If you wanted to read up on everything you could spend the whole afternoon here - but an hour (or 2) would suffice. Would recommend - especially for a rainy day activity when you want to stay dry!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rose Cassar wrote a review Dec 2019
Malta40 contributions27 helpful votes
Cute museum full of different cuckoo clocks, all with their own story to tell. Our guide walked us through the museum and even played some of the very old clocks for us. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Laurie L wrote a review Nov 2019
Plymouth, Minnesota519 contributions168 helpful votes
This is located in the basement of a watch store (you have to walk through it to get to the museum). An iPad is provided to give additional information on some pieces and there are videos to watch to see some of the clocks working. Other clock museums we’ve visited have been larger and had a wider variety of clocks but it was ok for a short visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Kerryman86 wrote a review Oct 2019
Kilflynn, Ireland234 contributions134 helpful votes
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Came here with my life partner last week after it was recommend to us at the Breitling shop. It certainly did not disappoint. We saw the history of different watches and clocks and some extremely rare rolex watches. I was really glad I came. Even my life partner who is not as interested in time pieces was very impressed.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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