Musée International d’Horlogerie
A museum that retraces the history of time measurement through an extensive collection of historical instruments, clocks, watches and artworks.
What the activity involves
The largest watchmaking museum in the world invites you on a journey through time, with over 4,500 fascinating pieces that will delight connoisseurs and the uninitiated alike. At the antique watchmaking restoration centre incorporated into the museum and made entirely of glass, you can observe the watchmakers at work on weekdays.
Rue des Musées 29, 2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds
Tu-Su : 10:00-17:00
1 hour 30 minutes
Adult : CHF 15.-
Student / senior / group (min. 10 persons) : CHF 12.50.-
Children from age 12 : CHF 7.50.-
Guided tour on request : CHF 110.- (maximum 20 persons per guide).
Audio guides : fr / de / en / it / es
Guided tours : fr / de / en / it / es / cn / jp / nl / ru
A smartphone app is available. Please download here
Good to know
Combined ticket 3 days/3 museums (History museum, Fine Arts museum and international Clock-making museum)