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We visited the museum in the morning. It seemed that we owned it because we're the first passersby. I liked how it was arranged and their collection, reminiscing the past to present. We had fun taking photos. Good thing that it's free and accessible.
Interesting to see the changes in watch style and how some designs come back years later. It’s worth reading the small amount of text for each year that explains key events. I left wanting to know more about the people behind the designs and how...More
This place is free and full of beautiful Swatch watches. If you were born in the 80’s then I’m sure you would have owned one of these. Simple yet elegant. The place is free to get in to and it takes about 5-10 mins to...More
An interesting exhibition of almost every Swatch made/produced between 1983 and 2014. Free, and open every day, with explanations in English and French. In the same building are a couple of eclectic restaurants and a section with changing exhibitions - currently (09/17) featuring marionettes. Easy...More
We went to the Swatch museum because I had a Swatch back when I was a youngster. I have always enjoyed their colorful and whimsical designs. The Swatch displays were really cool--thousands of watches from the first year the company made them (1983) through the...More