The German Clock Museum in Furtwangen will open its doors again on 19 May 2020. After a break of nine weeks, all parts of the museum are open again for up to 80 visitors. The Clock Museum is part of Furtwangen University.
It offers an attractive programme for families and individuals. Instead of fixed tour times as previously offered, the museum staff will start up various clocks especially for the visitors, for example the apostles in the world clock made by August Noll, or the various nickelodeon music boxes.
The Tick Tack Trick special exhibition shows mechanical figures from the Black Forest which demonstrate what small town life was like almost 200 years ago.
However, to meet infection prevention requirements, the normal group tours for adults, and the clock workshops for children, cannot currently be offered.
Opening hours have also changed. The museum is closed on Mondays, but open from 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday.