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The museum itself with its concrete, underground structures is already a show for itself. Great architecture and good design insight. The selection of old clocks is really interesting. Focus on pocket watches and larger models. I missed a bit the transition from old to the more modern watches and a stronger focus on technical development and complications. As you can... 更多
As an avid collector of vintage watches and dithering for far to long I eventually planned my soujone to the watch/clock making valleys. Along with a fellow enthusiast we planned a half day visit to the museum as part of our itinerary, this was simply not long enough (Oh dear, have to plan another visit). Amazing setting and the staff... 更多
This museum lives up to its name, there simply is no other specialised horological museum anywhere in the world that cover such a broad array (both era wise, timekeeper type wise, technological wise, and geograohy wise as MIH. Plan to spend a full day there. Equally rich in watches AND clocks. In addition the building (a purpose built underground cavern)... 更多
This is truly one of the finest museums I have ever visited and it felt so comfortable at any pace of looking and learning. I felt very comfortable being a English only speaker with the information presented too.
I'm a Swiss trained watchmaker and I got a privately guided tour around the museum and the history of watchmaking in Switzerland and the La Chaux-de-Fonds area. I have never been much into watchmaking history, just know the basic stuff, so this was very educational for me. Switzerland is THE watchmaking country of the world and the La Chaux-de-Fonds museum... 更多
Amazing collection of clocks and watches over hundreds of years. You can get up close to most exhibits and use the audio guide to learn about the exhibit. The Museum is spotless and so well planned - our 9 year old loved it. The staff there are so friendly and helpful - they take pride in helping interested Tourists.
I always bring relatives there when they are in town. Very interesting and very nicely done. The history of time and the antics clocks and watches make it a must do in the watch valley.
My wife and me visited this museum afternoon, taking into account that 1.5 hours will be sufficient. This was a big mistake. Although the museum is relatively small, if you want to read about each stand, not each object you will need much more time, as it so interesting, attractive, visual and beatifull... Wonderful collection, which definitely worth a visit.
One visit is not enough to take in all the exhibits. The displays are extremely attractive and well labelled. It helps if you can read French and/or German. Guided tours may be booked in advance in many languages.