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A clock museum is not something that you see everyday, however as a clock collector, it was a must see part of our visit to Zaanse Schans. While it is small, it has a great collection of different types of clocks and watches so it...More
Take the time to look at the clocks in this small museum.
There is an entrance fee of €10, but this can be reduced by taking advantage of some of the special offers.
The museum is small and is not suited to anyone who just...More
this is a small cottage located just after the canal. you will find a whole range of ancient clocks all well displayed. the owner is very informative and he can give you a good history about the clocks. worth the visit.
The concept of time plays an important role in everyone's life. The Museum of the Dutch Clock (MNU) is the only museum in the Netherlands to display an overview of the history of time measurement in the Netherlands. The center of gravity of the collection...More
We did not go into the clock museum, however right next to it is the very first Albert Hiejn market. In case you don't know, Albert Heijn is a supermarket chain in Holland (Americans might know Stop n Shop, same company). It is just a...More
Even if you know nothing about clocks and watches, this little museum is just lovely and absolutely worthwhile. It takes about 30 to 45 minutes to visit (unless you are passionate about clocks, then it would take a few hours) and it is just so...More
I've been in this museums and i paid 7 euros (with a student card but the real price is 10 euros) but I still don't get why we paid for that.
The "museums" is really little 2/3 rooms with a lot of old clocks ,...More