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National Watch and Clock Museum

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This museum is really first rate with a collection of time pieces across many eras and from throughout the world. A real plus was the research center where people helped me to discover when and where my grandfather's pocket watch was made.
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One may not think a museum dedicated to clocks and museums could be so interesting but we spent two hours in this museum. It is much larger than one would think. You get a history of clocks with many different types of clocks on display. An Impressive collection from the
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How exciting can a WATCH museum be, Really.. Boy, will you be suprised!!!!! The museum, just goes, on and on. Really interesting, who would have thought. The quality, and variety of watches, just is increadible. Give em a try, be suprised like us.
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This is a wonderful museum and a total surprise givens it’s scope and quality. My family loved it and the extensive collection. My little one loves clocks and he was in heaven. This is absolutely worth a visit. I do with they had a little area for kids, but the place is
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Quite an extensive collection, well preserved and displayed. Starts with sundials, goes through various timekeeping devices (timers, clocks and watches) up through the atomic clock and quartz watches. The ( temporary) civil war watch collection was fascinating, as was the part
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