Patek Philippe Museum (Musee Patek Philippe) Tours

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Patek Philippe is one of the most prestigious names in timekeeping, their watches having graced many a royal wrist since the company’s inception in 1839. Their museum accordingly devotes much attention to the brand’s own products, from the present day’s precision pieces back to exquisitely detailed pocket watches of the early 19th century. Early examples were frequently jeweled, enameled and emblazoned with the arms of the owner.

The Antique Collection turns the clock back even further, tracing the development of timekeeping devices back to approximately 1500. The museum also houses a significant archive and library dedicated to timepieces and related mechanisms, and the whole complex is housed in a handsome early 20th century building distinguished by enormous windows.

Practical Info

The Patek Philippe Museum is served by buses 1 and 4 (get off at Ecole-de-Médecine) as well as trams 12 and 13 (get off at Plainpalais).

Location
Address: 7 Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers, Geneva 1205, Switzerland
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Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday
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Admission: CHF 10.00; Under 18: Free
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