West Coast Clock and Watch Museum

The West Coast Clock and Watch Museum (W.C.C.W.M.) exhibit resembles a 19th Century clock maker's shop. Visitors are amazed at the scope of the collection and the examples of craftsmanship in each timepiece. The collection currently showcases hundreds of clocks and watches, some of which are their only know examples. The exhibit is popular with youth and senior groups. In the first year of operation, the exhibit had over 100,000 visitors.

Included in the exhibit are some fine examples of statue clocks, case clocks, regulators, American and European examples. The curator has attempted to include at least one example of each advancement in the science of timekeeping. As design and material improvements were made, so too was accuracy and dependability.

Each piece in the exhibit has been donated by members of the supporting chapter. Please contact the curator regarding special loans or limited displays as the Museum will host timepieces from around the world. Any upcoming events will be posted in News.

The exhibits include information kiosks. The kiosks are designed to be an interactive resource for you or your group members. For youth or school groups, we are more than happy to include a scavenger guide and questionnaire, to help direct their attention