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The Museum of Timekeeping is home to a fascinating collection of clocks, watches, timepieces and a library that is amongst the top horological resources in the world.
The Museum will reopen its doors on Sunday, 31st March 2024 for its annual the Spring Forward Show and then every Friday from 5th April to 25th October 2024 between 10.30 am – 3.30 pm.
Group Visits Available.
Join Us at the Spring Forward Show – A Timekeeping Extravaganza!
When: March 31st, 2024
Time: 10: 00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Museum of Timekeeping, Upton Hall, Main Street, Upton, Newark on Trent, NG23 5TE
Join Us this spring, at the Museum of Timekeeping and to step into the world of precision, heritage, and the timeless art of horology.
Embark on a journey through time with new stories and rediscover familiar tales. Our exhibition is rich with the history and evolution of timekeeping that has shaped our lives. Discover the Wonders of Timekeeping, Meet the Masters of Time, Visit the workshops with Horological Experts, A Moment with Vis. Alan Midleton and Explore Tales of Time.
More details about this event will be announced soon.
A Night Under the Stars Experience the Inaugural Event of the Timekeepers’ Club
When: March 28th, 2024
Time: 6:30 PM
Where: Yauatcha City, Broadgate Circle, London EC2M 2QS
Join us for a celestial celebration at the heart of London as the Timekeepers’ Club proudly presents its first-ever event, “A Night Under the Stars”. As timekeepers, we have measured moments, now we invite you to make one unforgettable Gather under the canopy of the night sky as we transform Yauatcha City into a stellar observatory. This exclusive event promises an evening filled with wonder, where the cosmos comes to life amidst the city lights. Space is a vast frontier, but spots for this event are limited. Secure your ticket to a night like no other and be among the stars.
Tickets Available here; The Timekeepers’ Club
“A ticking gem of a museum… from the second I walked in I was hooked. The next 2 hours vanished as I explored the amazing exhibits.
The staff were all extremely friendly, helpful and informative. A talk on the speaking clock included the original speaking clock being fired up which was just brilliant.”
“The ticking of so many clocks is a unique sound. If you are interested in clocks or just want to see something different this is the place to be, with lots of information for the less well informed…
I found it fascinating and although I have no specific interest in clocks enjoyed it very much.”
“The museum’s home Upton Hall is a lovely period building with a rich history set in beautiful grounds.
The staff are warm and friendly, its exhibits are compelling and most importantly the onsite cafe does a lovely cup of tea!”
“Fascinating place. A must go-to visit and you will be amazed by the way timepieces have evolved.
The staff will all be happy to help you with anything that inspires you.”