This very large place has over 1600 time pieces on display going back far into history. There is a 10 minute film, many interesting exhibits explaining time and timepieces. There are many clocks, watches, etc. to see like one owned by George Washington and another by Napoleon's sister. There is also a demonstration of the famous 1800s Engle clock with its many moving pieces. This place is so large you could easily spend at day here. We did not really expect much but came away very pleased that we went here. They have a large free parking lot. Admission is $8, but there are senior and AAA discounts.
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