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Clocks, clocks, clocks...

A nice collection of different kind of time pieces put together under one roof. Visited while... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2017
Jiimies
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Espoo, Finland
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I was quite surprised how much interest I had in horology. The museum had free entry and I found... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2016
Solja V
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Helsinki, Finland
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9 Nov 2017
“Well hidden, a must for the watch freak”
22 Mar 2017
“Clocks, clocks, clocks...”
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

The museum is small but quite informative. I wouldn't recommend it for everyone but if you are into watches (like some of my friends) this is a must visit museum.

Thank Sebastian K
Reviewed 22 March 2017

A nice collection of different kind of time pieces put together under one roof. Visited while staying at the EMMA area.

Thank Jiimies
Reviewed 18 November 2016

If you are interested in the history of watches and clocks, here you can find an impressive collection of them. The museum is in connection of EMMA arts museum, Toys Museum and Espoo City museum. There is also a shop and restaurant cafe

Thank Maari100
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Located inside WeeGee-complex perfect for those who need a quick revieuw into horology. Highly recommendable.

Thank EspooHarry
Reviewed 18 September 2016

I was quite surprised how much interest I had in horology. The museum had free entry and I found the horology history very interesting. It's a small place but not the usual kind of museum I visit.

Thank Solja V
Reviewed 14 November 2015

This is one small museum in the large WeeGee edhibition centre. Here you will find a great variety of different kind of clocks and the mechanism of them. This museum is free, butyou need to pay to go in to the othre 4 museums: EMMA...More

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