Clock and Watch Museum Beyer

Zürich

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Zürich: ETH Zentrum

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The Clock and Watch Museum Beyer holds one of the world’s most important private collections. The museum is home to some 500 time-measuring instruments from 1400 BC to the present day.

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The clock and watch museum in the premises of the Beyer Chronometrie shop on the Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich provides visitors with an impressive insight into the wonderful world of watches and the fascinating art of their manufacture. The exhibition includes rare and precious exhibits such as shadow sticks, sun dials, oil clocks, hourglasses, water clocks, grandfather clocks, table clocks, pocket watches, wrist watches, and scientific instruments for timing and navigation.

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