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Patek Philippe Museum

The Patek Philippe Museum is the watch museum of the renowned watch manufacturer Patek Philippe.

This address in Geneva is an absolute must for watch lovers.

On the first floor is the centerpiece of the collection the watches of Patek Philippe from the beginning in 1839 to the present time. The second floor is dedicated to the playful, creative and glamorous side of watchmaking and the Geneva enamelling and shows important pieces from the early 16th to mid-19th century. On this floor is also a small collection of Breguet watches. For example the Pendulum à trois roues is worth noting. It is from 1792, has an eight days movement, a thermometer and a Republican and a Gregorian calendar.

Philippe Stern won won the Special Jury Prize for the Patek Philippe Museum at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève for the in November, 2011.


Patek Philippe Museum
Rue d. Vieux-Grenadiers, 7
CH-1205 Geneva

Tel. +41(0)22 807 09 10

Opening hours

Di.-Fr. 14-18 h, Sa. 10-18 h

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