In order to support the efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Saarland Clock Museum is closed indefinitely.
The Saarland Clock Museum displays excellence of Black Forest watchmaking art in a “Schwarzwaldstube”. There you will find a selection of music and automatic watches. Gain an impression by clicking on an image:
After initial exhibition “Clockwork” the watch works by internationally renowned artist Martin Riches one of his works remained in the Saarland Clock Museum:
The watch is a fascinating work of art and is also a tribute to John Harrison, the first succeeded early 18th century to design watches, which made an accurate determination of longitude on sailing ships possible.
The PDF file regarding the schedule for 2020 can be downloaded here.
We often get requests for watchmakers who can repair old and antique clocks. If you want to do something themselves, feel free to come to our regular tables that take place every first Wednesday of the month from 16 am in the normal case. On the other hand, you can also contact our club members, who can be found in this list.
If you wish to be informed on the activities in the Saarland Clock Museum by e-mail, please sign up to our mailing list. The application form can be found on our events page.
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Sunday and Wednesday
Outside opening hours
Registration for groups and schools:
Normal: 3,00 €
Information, please contact the Cultural Office
Freundeskreis alter Uhrmacherkunst e. V.
Engelfanger Straße 3