Your contact person
Do you have any questions about the collections or programme of the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur? The Curator, Brigitte Vinzens, is an acknowledged expert who will be happy to provide information.
If you would like to book a private tour or receive the half-yearly programme, please contact this address directly.
Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur Patrons’ Association
The Patrons’ Association of what was then the Kellenberger Clock and Watch Collection was founded in 1999. When the collection was renamed the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur in 2017, the Association also changed its name to the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur Patrons’ Association. Its purpose is to foster the aspirations of and provide financial support for the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur, which is owned by the City of Winterthur, with the aim of enriching the collections through suitable acquisitions. In addition, it organizes events to publicize the Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur, as well as holding social and cultural events for its members. The Association is a not-for-profit group.
An unhurried brunch
A lavish brunch is served in the Grand Café du Musée from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays and Sundays. Linger over a tasty selection of menu items ranging from traditional Swiss to exotic Indian dishes, with a choice of portion sizes to suit smaller or larger appetites.
The Grand Café du Musée is open to everyone – no entrance ticket to the museum required.
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Special opening hours on public holidays
See public holiday opening hours for Clock & Watch Museum Winterthur or call
+41 (0)52 267 51 35
For reservations and catering department
Tel. +41 (0)52 267 41 59
Mobile +41 (0)76 478 86 86
Please visit the website of the Grand Café du Musée for the seasonal menu and dishes of the day.