Our Clock and Watch Museum

Drawing on the world’s most important clock and watch collection, we present ancient and antique treasures to you and your family and tell the story of timekeeping from 1,400 BC to the present day. Experience the wondrous world of clocks and watches and the fascinating art of their manufacture in the heart of Zurich – in the basement of the shop on Bahnhofstrasse.

The Beyer Clock and Watch Museum reopened its doors on September 7th.

Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Take a trip through time with Beyer.

In our exhibition, we show rare and precious objects such as shadow sticks, sundials, oil clocks, hourglasses, water clocks, grandfather clocks, table clocks, pocket watches, wrist watches and scientific instruments. In addition, historical works come to life in films. Go on a journey through time with us – on your own or with a guide.

Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Take time to do this.

A visit to our Clock and Watch Museum is worthwhile and an exciting outing for young and old. And it’s also quite easy to get there: The museum is located in the heart of Zurich, under the same roof as our Chronometrie on Bahnhofstrasse. A tram drops you off at the front door. What are you waiting for?

Telephone +41 43 344 63 63
E-mail museum@beyer-ch.com

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Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Bahnhofstrasse 31
8001 Zurich, Switzerland

Monday to Friday       
2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Permanent exhibition

In addition to changing temporary special exhibitions, the more than 250 objects of our permanent exhibition invite you to go on a journey of discovery at any time: with exhibits ranging from the Egyptian water clock from around 1400 BC to the modern quartz watch, the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum provides a broad overview of the history of the art of clock- and watchmaking.

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Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

Special exhibitions and external collections

Take a trip back in time: browse our archive of past special exhibitions of the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum.

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