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Clockmaker's Museum, London

The Clockmaker's Company Museum traces the history of clockmaking and houses a priceless collection of more than 700 old timepieces spanning 5 centuries..

The Clockmaker's Company Museum traces the history of clockmaking and houses a priceless collection of more than 700 old timepieces spanning 5 centuries.


Hours

Sun

Closed

Mon

9:30

17:00

Tue

9:30

17:00

Wed

9:30

17:00

Thu

9:30

17:00

Fri

9:30

17:00

Sat

9:30

17:00

About Clockmaker's Museum

 Guildhall Library, Aldermanbury EC2P 2EJ

 +44 20 7332 18

 [email protected]

 www.clockmakers.org

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