Pls check the appropriate timing and days to visit this place since it's not really open like other tourist places..also not mentioned in the website.
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I recently got into luxury watches, so I had to go to this place. The entrance ticket weren't cheap for just a museum, but we are in Switzerland after all, aren't we? Some of the watches were truly beautiful but unfortunately, no photo allowed. Besides,...More
This was one of the suggested places to see while we were visiting in Geneva. My best friend who lives there suggested it as well. You don't have to be a watch collector or enthusiast to enjoy this museum - the top 2 floors are...More
Definitely it's for a watch lover, like me, to visit the museum. It covers not just watches, also jewellery and clocks. You can join the guide tour according to the schedule.
This is The British Museum of watches and clocks. A huge collection in several floors takes the visitor from the beginnings of mechanical timepieces to the latest "complications". If one (or one's spouse or family) were not interested in timepieces it would be a big...More
Must see Museum for amateur of watches, great collection of Swiss watches from the beginnings, after your visit you can have refreshment at the very near rue de l'Ecole de Médecine, plenty of cafés and bars...
Tours are on a schedule. Despite arriving in time for the tour we were told we wpuld be on our own. It eas 10 swiss franks per person. The staff was not friendly and when we tried to find out if we would be able...More
Our time in Switzerland was spent more so exploring mountains but we did spend 2 days in Geneva and this museum was a good way to spend a couple of hours. If you are into the art/history of watch making, this museum will not disappoint....More
The museum has a wonderful collection of difference watches from various eras. I'd definitely recommend see if you can go during a time with a guided tour. It really added to the experience learning the history of various Patek Phillippe watches.