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IWC Museum A Journey Through History. Over 230 carefully selected items bear witness to a manufacturer that started making a name for itself with unusually reliable quality and unmistakable, universally appealing design from the very beginning. The...more
Well worth a visit next to the Rhein, fantastic walking along the Rhein on either side. I know I served my apprentice ship in Schaffhausen and visit that area on a regular basis. This whole are is much more economical than Luzern / Interlacken. I...More
I would agree with similar comments that it’s not entirely clear what the point of this “museum” is. My wife and I (expats in Switzerland) are trying to learn more about the Swiss watch industry. Some museums, like the phenomenal Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva,...More
This very well presented museum is specific to IWC watches. It is not a general museum of timepieces. It would be of interest to someone wanting to buy an IWC watch or who has an IWC watch. It is a bit surprising that they charge...More
This IWC museum is a must visit place when u go to Schaffhausen. It was just a 15 -20 minutes walk from the main station and was easily founded by following the signs. U can also get a free map from the information centre if...More
The museum is very well done, it gives a very good history of IWC watches and displays many fine examples of these watches. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this museum. The museum is not very large and is more suited to adults than children.
I followed along the displays by downloading the iphone app and listening to the information in English. I went with my 10 year old son and my father. Everyone enjoyed the displays to varying degrees. Not an incredible experience, but nice. Nice to visit the...More
I came here for the 1st time. The museum is a part from the main IWC building. The museum locates in 3 connected rooms downstairs. Upstairs is for offices.
Ticket was 5 franc or maybe 8 franc i am not remember exactly. The reception lady...More
Disappointing experience started with a showing of a video in the small IWC theater in the museum. I was expecting something about the history of IWC, or a video showing the watches being built. But instead we got a commercial for their pilot watches. Since...More