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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

I only had 2 hours to spare on a business trip and I wanted to drop by. I am happy with what was displayed, very beautiful and ancient time pieces. A must see if you're into watches.

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Reviewed 18 October 2017

If you’re a watch connoisseur definitely make time to visit. We had a museum guide walk us round and their knowledge is incredible. The pieces on display are absolutely beautiful and exquisite and, there are so very many! Don’t however, visit on a warm day as there didn’t appear to be any air conditioning and it was uncomfortably hot.

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Reviewed 13 October 2017

As everyone knows Switzerland is known as the watchmaker to the world, the museum is well worth your time. No pun intended. It has 3 floors done in chronological order. The exhibit is a real show. Many of the exhibits are over a hundred years old. Other exhibits are around the size of an American quarter. So much skill, detail, and expertise have gone into the artwork and the craftsmanship for the exteriors as well.

Thank 473TomB473
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

On three floors you will see the whole history of watchmaking. Exposed are watches, game boxes and curiosities (such as snake or centipede watches).
Admission 10 CHF. Guided 15 CHF.
There is a cloakroom with lockable cabinets for clothes and luggage.

Thank Hana M
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

The Patek Phillippe Museum is not just for collectors of fine timepieces and jewelry. It is for everyone. A great glimpse of history with incredible watches, timepieces and jewelry.

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