ON DISPLAY FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY: MAJESTIC TIME!
Join us for Majestic Time, a once-in-a-lifetime exhibit of the largest collection ever assembled of Thomas Tompion’s clocks, watches, and sundials, just in time to commemorate the 300th anniversary of his death (1639-1713). Tompion made magnificent precision clocks for the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, ornate clocks and repeating pocket watches for seventeenth-century aristocrats, and incredible tower clocks.
A MATTER OF TIME: Artists Translate The Subject of Timekeeping
A Matter of Time, the National Watch & Clock Museum’s newest special exhibit, opened Saturday, October 19 at the NAWCC museum facility in Columbia PA. The works of 24 artists from around the globe depict the theme "time" through artistic media ranging from acrylic to tapestry to HD video.
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