Clock Museum

Mon. - closed
Tue. - 10:00-18:00
Wed. - 10:00-18:00
Thu. - 12:00-20:00
Fri. - 10:00-18:00
Sat. - 10:00-18:00
Sun. - 10:00-16:00


One of the most unique museums in Northern Europe, founded in 1984; in a restored 19th century building It exhibits originals, models and reconstructions of ancient calendars, sun, water, fire and hourglasses from the 17th to the 20th century; original mechanical watches. The exhibition of the Museum of Clocks and Watches consists of two parts; The ground floor reveals the principles of timekeeping and the evolution of clock designs from ancient times to the present day.

The second floor reveals the evolution of mechanical clock forms and designs from the Renaissance to the modern styles (16th-20th centuries). The exposition presents the works of famous European and Lithuanian watchmakers – Theodor Tarasowig from Vilnius, Abraham Louis Breguet and Theodore Perret from Switzerland, and others. The exhibition includes more than 1,700 original and rare clocks and reconstructions. There is also a sundial garden in the courtyard of the museum.

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: Liepų str. 12, Klaipėda