promoting and preserving the history of American-made clocks and watches

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Join us for a fascinating trip back in time. Learn about American clock & watchmaking with particular emphasis on Connecticut, once the clock capital of the US.  The museum holds one of the largest displays of American clocks and watches in the world, over 5,500! As visitors travel through the museum’s eight galleries, these timekeeping devices chime and strike upon the hour.  Located in the historic "Federal Hill" district of Bristol, the museum is housed in an 1801 Federal-style home with a sundial garden. 

Volunteers

In preparation for our 2014 season, we are looking for volunteer greeters and tour guides.  Training sessions are scheduled for March and April.  Check out the listings on our calendar.  Come join our team!

2014 Exhibit Opening

Please join us on Friday, April 25th for a special reception.  Richard Newman will share his recent discovery featured in the March/April NAWCC Bulletin. For more info 

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Hours, Fees, Directions

We are closed for the winter season.  Office hours are 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday - Friday.  We will open again on April 26, 2014.

Identification Days

Learn more about that American-made antique watch or clock you have at home.  Bring it to one of our watch or clock identification programs.  These programs are held twice a year.  Check the calendar for our spring event!

Research Your Clock or Watch

Our team of researchers can help you discover more about the rarity and history of your timepiece. $40/request.  Free for members of ACWM.

Give to our Annual Fund

Donate to our annual fund drive and you'll preserve time for future generations.

ACWM
100 Maple Street
Bristol, CT 06010
860-583-6070