Uhrenmuseum Bad Grund / Harz, Germany
I can personally recommend this museum if you like Turret Clocks. They have a whole floor dedicated to displaying European
Turret Clocks and additionally have on display Electric Clocks and other small clocks. It is run by the Berger family and
when you have finished viewing the museum be sure to go into the cafe for Tea / Coffee and cake, you won't regret it.
Uhrenmuseum Bad Grund
D-37539 Bad Grund
This museum is based in an old store for war munitions. It has several floors of Turret clocks on display and is well
worth the visit if you are near to Stuttgart. Be warned though that you will need a coat even in summer as the inside of the
building is very cold due to the thickness of the walls.
Hans Peter Kuban
Im Geiger 90
Museum für Zeit – Pfälzisches Turmuhrenmuseum in Rockenhausen
More than 50 turret clocks as well as floor standing clocks,wall clocks, sand clocks, water clocks and sundials
housed in a building especially built for the museum. The entrance to the museum is through a courtyard with a Astronomical
Clock at the top of a tower and is very beautiful to see.
Museum für Zeit
Am Schloss 10