Inside Bristol Clock Museum

One of the largest collections of clocks and watches in the world is located some 2 hours away from Manhattan — in the historic district of Bristol, CT. The museum is housed in an 1801 Federal-style home and boasts some 5,000 clocks and watches from all times including punch clocks, grandfather clocks, blinking-eye clocks, railroad watches, and character watches. I stopped by to peruse the collection and capture the highlights.

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Eight-day weight-powered wood movement
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American Clock & Watch Museum
clockandwatchmuseum.org
100 Maple St, Bristol, CT
Open Friday—Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission fee $6
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