7 Must-Visit Swiss Watch Museums

7 Must-Visit Swiss Watch Museums

Postby koimaster » November 28th 2017, 10:44pm

There are — of course! — many reasons to visit Switzerland, but if you are into watches, a Swiss trip should feel a bit like Heaven on Earth (for you, that is; perhaps not for your fellow travelers who don’t share your passion equally).

Along with the many great watch shopping (and window shopping) opportunities, Switzerland is also, as you would expect, home to many great watch museums. Unfortunately, some of the most fascinating collections are “by appointment only” and therefore require a bit of planning ahead (as with the museums of Longines, Audemars Piguet, Jaeger-LeCoultre, etc.). In this article, we introduce you primarily to some of the most interesting Swiss watch museums that all have regular visiting hours. Here are my top seven:


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Re: 7 Must-Visit Swiss Watch Museums

Postby foghorn » November 29th 2017, 5:44am

As soon as I see "Must see" or" Must have", those places /things immediately go on my "ignore" list.
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