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Uhrenmuseum - Vienna Clock Museum

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A selection of clocks on display at Vienna Clock Museum.
The exterior of Vienna Clock Museum.
Pendant watches on display at the Vienna Clock Museum.
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What you'll do

While away a couple of hours at the Vienna Clock Museum (Uhrenmuseum), which boasts one of the finest collections of historical timepieces in Europe.

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  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Museum maps and audio guides are available in multiple languages.
  • View a kaleidoscope of clocks over three floors, including astronomical, pendulum, picture and pendant pieces.

Marvel at hundreds of terrific timepieces from around the world at the Vienna Clock Museum, including a colossal mechanism from nearby St Stephen’s Cathedral.

Weighing in at nearly a ton, this bona fide work of 17th-century art is a horologist’s dream come true; a dramatic combination of giant cogs and decorative flourishes in black ironwork. At the other end of the spectrum, you’ll find luxury watches, pendant timepieces and dinky Austrian Zappler clocks, often no bigger than your thumb.

Not to be missed in this cornucopia of clocks is the Cajetano, an elaborate astronomical device designed by mathematician-turned-monk David Rutschmann in the 18th Century. Boasting no less than 150 cogs and gears, Rutschmann’s precision masterpiece displays the time in multiple time zones, as well as the movement of planets in our solar system.

Vienna Clock Museum highlights

Cathedral clock mechanism - one ton of ornate metalwork, originally part of the clock at St Stephen’s Cathedral

The Cajetano Clock - 18th-century monk David Rutschmann’s astronomical masterpiece

Zappler clocks - tiny, decorative Austrian clocks small enough to fit under a thimble

Experience Uhrenmuseum - Vienna Clock Museum and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Know before you go

Getting in: clock in with your pass at the museum’s ticket office.

For more information, visit the Vienna Clock Museum website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Tuesday – Friday: 9AM-5PM

Saturday and Sunday: 10AM – 5PM

Closings & holidays

January 1, May 1 and December 25.

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