West Coast Clock and Watch Museum

Preservation
Preservation projects are aimed at preventing the decay or destruction of old or unused timekeepers. The museum will accept any historic, rare or antique timepiece for preservation. Upon successful preservation, the Board of Directors, with the supporting members of nawcc Chapter 180, determines the viability of restoration and exhibit.

The West Coast Clock and Watch Museum and supporting National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) Chapter(s) will partner with government agencies, historical associations, civic organizations and private individuals on a case-by-case basis. 

Restoration
The supporting members of the West Coast Clock and Watch Museum have completed many restoration projects throughout the years, including the restoration of the hosting Whatcom Museum's tower clock. The West Coast Clock and Watch Museum continues to be dedicated to global restorative efforts in horology.

Information regarding restorative projects will be announced in News; and, we will detail projects here. The Museum and supporting National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) Chapter(s) will partner with government agencies, historical associations, private organizations, private individuals and companies on a case-by-case basis.