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“Waterbury's "time"less history”
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Timexpo Museum
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Owner description: Traces the history of clocks and watches from the 1850s to the latest technology. Presented by the Timex company.
Reviewed July 29, 2014

Stop your clock and visit this great little museum of Waterbury's past history involving clock making. Great time for all. All jokes aside, a wonderful visit. Clean, cool and nice to stroll at your own pace. Great for families and especially anyone interested in clock history. This was our 5th trip there and still something to learn.

1  Thank jameschristophers
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Reviewed May 28, 2014

What a little gem in the middle of Waterbury. Went on a tour which can take an hour or more, depending on how much you want to read. They have a fantastic collection of watches from the beginning of time. Interesting facts and things to read as well. The gift shop is awesome! You can buy any kind of Timex watch you can think of from $10 to $500+. Would love to go back again and take my time since we were rushed with younger kids who were more interested in making the paper "watches" near the end of the museum.

1  Thank Wendyg88
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Reviewed May 18, 2014

For $6 ($5 for senior) we had a great time touring the whole museum. Making your own paper watch was also fun! At the end of the tour, they had an outlet watch store that sold extremely great watches for excellent prices!!!

2  Thank genie1278
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Reviewed November 26, 2013

I'm sure most people have heard of timex watches , so it was interesting to learn the history of the company, a to see some of the exhibits based on the commercials of the 1970's

Thank TLP46
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

This place incorporates the history of time keeping along with the mechanics of mechanisms.
Younger family members will be able to view and operate various items.
It will give the whole family a great understanding of the time business as well.

2  Thank djfred49
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