Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
A voyage through six centuries
The Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur is located in the historic heart of Winterthur and contains two superlative collections of international repute: the Konrad Kellenberger Clock and Watch Collection and the Oscar Schwank Watch Collection.
These form the core of the two permanent exhibitions, which are not only augmented by other exquisite collectors’ pieces from the world of clocks, but also complemented by special presentations, "guest" items, guided tours and lectures.
The multimedia exhibitions feature antique timepieces dating from the 15th to the 20th centuries and are aimed at clock and watch enthusiasts and specialists, as well as the wider public.
Coronavirus: exceptional times – special rules
The Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur und das Grand Café du Musée sind zu den regulären Öffnungszeiten geöffnet.
and the Grand Café du Musée are open during their normal opening hours.
Current: As of 13 September, everyone aged 16 or over must show a valid Covid certificate in accordance with the current official regulations. Please refer to our safety measures for further information about the current steps being taken for your protection.
We have implemented a series of safety measures for your protection and comfort during your visit. See safety measures
Admission to our events is being limited to a maximum number of participants, so it is a good idea to arrive early. You are also welcome to book a place in advance.
We look forward to welcoming you – after all, a museum depends on its visitors!
Information for media professionals
Twice a year, the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur sends out media information about our current temporary exhibitions, guest items and the themed public tours held as part of the "Museum at lunchtime" series. Information about the permanent exhibitions and events may be found on our website.
Media information is available in German only.
Patrons’ Association of the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur
The Patrons’ Association of the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur helps finance the further expansion of the collections. It also organizes functions to raise awareness of the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur and arranges social and cultural events for its members. The Association is a not-for-profit group.