The complete history of time pieces with particular reference to Vienna's involvement. Three exhibitions covering three eras on three floors. I have never seen so many clocks in one place, many of them priceless. If anything, there is too much to see; but there will always be some interest for everyone. Greatly recommended,
If you are into old clocks or the history of clocks this is the place for you. It is small spread over several floors and full of clocks. There is no elevator and the staircase is spiral. I am not a clock person, but I still enjoyed it.
I have been here twice, once on my own and then I took my family a few weeks later. I really enjoyed it, and watching the progression of timepiece creation through the impressive collection is wonderful. There is information on the generic history of clocks and time which is interesting, albeit brief. The sheer number of clocks and watches is... 更多
An interesting and informative place. We had a short time prior to leaving and this was just perfect as it was a small museum but had a great collection of different clocks. You are right next to them,and have to resist touching them, so you can see all details. While we were there some of them chimed the hour so... 更多
the clocks and watches are arranged according to the different eras and in some case, the eras reflected the different trends and how clocks served the needs of people at that time. I am lost in time with the wealth of collection in the museum, not to mention the informative write-ups on each item in English that are provided. Some... 更多
If you have any interest in clocks, then this museum is worth a visit. My partner is a bit of a techie, and this was right up his street. We spent a very enjoyable hour looking round the exhibits.
This museum was walking distance from our hotel the Park Hyatt. It was such a great little museum. For the size of the actual museum, the collection is quite extensive and impressive. Our 7 year old is a HUGE fan of clocks and we surprised him with a visit with just mom and dad and his brothers stayed back at... 更多
Visitors to Vienna quickly realize that there is an obsession watches and timepieces that pervades the city. Uhrenmuseum gives a glimpse into that rich tradition with a dizzying array of clocks and watches, illustrating not only the progression and detail involved in the science of timekeeping but also the art and culture that has gone along with its evolution. You'll... 更多
A really interesting museum, in the heart of Vienna. My husband is into clocks & watches so he was in his element. They have some really quirky & unusual time pieces on three floor, it's well worth a visit. The museum is situated very close to Stephensdom cathedral.
Although I am not overly interested in this area, I could appreciate the impressive collection this museum had to offer. I received free entry to this museum, as is customary on the first Sunday of the month, but I am not sure I would pay 7 euro otherwise. After the museum, be sure to take a walk around the surrounding... 更多