New Exhibit Coming Soon! Showcasing the Great 1915 World's Fair
Above photo courtesy of Patricia Holloway
The Southwest Museum of Clocks and Watches has acquired an original souvenir watch along with other memorabilia from the Great 1915 World's Fair—officially known as the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Stop by the museum to see these wonderful and rare items on display, coming soon!
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M U S E U M E X H I B I T S
The Caldwell County Clock Tower is reflected in the glass windows of
the museum building, superimposing its image upon the museum's collections.
The Southwest Museum of Clocks and Watches has a beautiful collection of rare and historically significant horological pieces on display year-round in our gallery. Please visit us or schedule a tour to experience the magnificence of time through the ages. See More >
10 AM - 4 PM,
Saturdays & by appointment.
Visit the Award Winning Southwest Museum of Clocks and Watches and see magnificent horological exhibits spanning more than 3 centuries. Listen closely—behind each tick-tock and various musical chimes, each clock has its own fascinating story to tell.
Pictured at right, Dan Sweet shows Eleanor Larabee's grandfather clock to Bob Brewer and Dianne Stevenson. The clock dates ca. 1775, and was made by Steven Tabor of Boston. It is a significant clock from the days of the Revolutionary War.