National Watch & Clock Museum

Address

  • National Watch & Clock Museum
  • 514 Poplar Street
  • Columbia, PA 17512

Phone

  • Primary - (717) 684-8261

Journey through the history of time at the beautifully expanded National Watch & Clock Museum, located in historic Columbia, PA. Experience a fun and fascinating journey into the world of timekeeping, illustrated by more than 12,000 treasures of time - from Stonehenge and early sundials to today's modern technology. Introductory video, interactive exhibits, and "Yours, Mine & Hours," the Museum Shop.

James Borden TimeShapes
On exhibit through February 28
Collection of large-scale unique wooden clocks
Included with museum admission

Railroad Displays
On exhibit February 1 - March 3
Lower Susquehanna Valley Modular Railroaders. Extensive operating railroad and guest speakers. 
Included with museum admission

James Borden TimeShapes
On exhibit through February 28
Collection of large-scale unique wooden clocks
Included with museum admission

James Bond Wore the Quartz Revolution
Ongoing new exhibit
Expanded exhibit of watches worn by James Bond
Included with museum admission

The National Watch and Clock Museum launches Blue Star Museums, a partnership with the National Endowment of the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America. Admission is free for active duty military members (ID required) and their families (up to five) from Memorial Day, May 30, through Labor Day, September 5, 2016.

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