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National Watch & Clock Museum

The National Watch & Clock Museum features North America’s largest collection of timepieces from all over the world. Visitors can see timepieces from every stage of human history - primitive to space-aged.

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NAWCC members have access to an online horological forum, the world’s largest horological research library, horology events and conventions, and so much more. Members also enjoy subscriptions to Watch & Clock Bulletin and Mart & Highlights magazines.

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DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS OUR MUSEUM & LIBRARY ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED

Many NAWCC Events Have Been Postponed or Canceled. Please Consult Our Events page for more information

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German Time Bomb Defused!

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IWC Jones Model H and E

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