Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the museum is closed until further notice. We will update this page with revised opening times, along with details of our Coronavirus safeguarding measures, when we are able to.
The Museum is open regularly during the summer every Friday 10am to 4pm, from 1st May until 30th October 2020. (NB: these dates are provisional due to the Corona virus outbreak. Please contact us to check the museum is open before visiting.)
- Adults £6
- Children under 14 FREE
- FREE to Friends of the Museum of Timekeeping
- BHI Members £3
(Alternative charges apply for special events)
Free Car Parking
We are located at the home of the British Horological Institute, at Upton Hall, in the picturesque and rural Nottinghamshire Village of Upton. We are located between Southwell (3 miles away) and Newark on Trent (6 miles away).
Address: Museum of Timekeeping, British Horological Institute, Upton Hall, Main Street, Upton, Notts, NG23 5TE
You can find detailed information on how to get here on our directions page.
Owing to the historic nature of the Grade II listed building there are some aspects of the Museum building which disabled visitors may find difficult.
The Museum team are always pleased to speak with visitors with specific access in detail in advance of their visit, to provide more information, and to make special arrangements where possible.
You can find further details on our accessibility page at the link below.
The independent on-site Clock House Café, offers a range of homemade treats, including cakes, scones, sandwiches and meals, plus cold refreshments and the finest loose leaf tea and coffee.
The café is open every day from 10am- 4.30pm.
To find out more, including refreshment options for groups arranging museum tours, phone 01636 919591.