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All reviews clock museum wonderful collection tick tock interesting place to stop southern hemisphere on display private tour extensive collection my mum entrance fee huge variety worth a visit watches chimes timepieces archibald collector
Interesting displays and an informative staff help make this museum worth a stop. It only takes a half hour or so to see all the clocks and read all the relevant placards. Some truly unique examples of clocks.
There are hundreds of clocks of all different ages, styles & sounds. If you buy something at a local cafe, entrance price is 2 for 1. The clocks are amazing with some really different mechanisms & faces - some old, some new, some quirky. It...More
Very nice collection of clocks for a relatively small attraction. Loved the constant ticking noise and how you'd hear clocks chiming the hour almost at random (the times are obviously staggered so they don't all chime at once 😆)
Be SURE to go through with the nice woman docent who gives timely (get it?) demos of the cutest and funniest clocks they own. Email,or,call first to find out what time she is giving the tours if it is notmisted on their website. This is...More
I visited this place during my Northland trip. I never knew much about clocks. Now I know a lot I believe. Anne was very kind to give me an introduction about the clock basics. Based on her suggestions, I also had a look at the...More