It's a fantastic museum if you are a watch/clock lover, but not just that. Each watch/clock is a piece of art and history behind it. We go there every time we have visitors from overseas and they all loved the museum!
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My husband loves watches, so we visited Patek Philippe Museum. Unfortunately, no photos are allowed inside the museum. Tours occur only once every Saturday afternoon, and there is a SFr.5 charge for the tour. (They don't tell you that on their website, nor do they...More
The museum is simply a large watch collection. It would benefit from more information on both the watches themselves, and how the mechanisms work. As it is, unless you are on the tour you can only walk around and look at the watches
We visited the place in Aug 2017, It is really good but only if you are watch lovers otherwise you will get bored in 10 minutes. There is a 10-12CHF ticket which is free if you have Swiss Pass which we used.
I didn't think I was going to like this museum but I did. It's a beautiful small museum and really more about the history of personal time pieces than it was about the company itself. The exhibits are amazing. I had no idea and I...More
First off, the price is very reasonable for Geneva - CHF10 per adult (bit more on a Saturday). The collection is huge, and there are some truly exquisite time pieces. As a museum experience though, it lets itself down. There's a 10-minute film to watch...More
We visited Patek Philippe museum on August 2017. It 's a museum with 3 floors. At first, you start the visit from the 3rd floor and you think it's gonna end soon...., but no!! There is a wide range of different clocks, and not only....More
If you are a watch lover this is a museum you must visit. With a huge collection of more than 3,000 watches in exhibition you can go through the history of haute horlogerie in one visit. Consider a 2 hour tour in order to visit...More