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My husband loves watches, history and the brand-so this was a must for us. If 500 years of watches would bore you-save your money. We splurged for the 2hr private tour of the museum at $240 for the two of us and a guide. My...More
This is NOT a museum, this is a collection of watches with little to no explanation of the history of watchmaking. After paying the entrance fees, we discovered that the introductory movie was not being shown. The exhibit of old watchmaking tools and furniture was...More
The museum at Patek Philippe showcases some old watches from the esteemed Genevan watchmaker. Unfortunately, it's also not very interesting. Many of the watches are very similar, with gold and some bejeweled ornament. I did not get a sense of the history of watchmaking, or...More
We visited the Patek Phillippe Museum today and planned the timing such that we can attend the Public Tour (in English) that is offered once a week on Saturdays at 2:30 pm. The cost of the tour was 15 francs for adults (versus 10 francs...More