The Canadian Clock Museum

The Canadian Clock Museum in Deep River, Ontario  *** thirty seconds off trans-Canada Highway 17 two hours NW of Ottawa

The Canadian Clock Museum in Deep River, Ontario *** thirty seconds off trans-Canada Highway 17 two hours NW of Ottawa

Panorama view of 1950s/60s Canadian-made wall clocks by Snider (Toronto) and Westclox (Peterborough)

Panorama view of 1950s/60s Canadian-made wall clocks by Snider (Toronto) and Westclox (Peterborough)

POSTER for Canada 150 project by The Canadian Clock Museum 2017

POSTER for Canada 150 project by The Canadian Clock Museum 2017

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Hours:
  • June through August, daily 10am-4pm; September through May, Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4pm or by appointment. Be sure to confirm that we will be open on the day you wish to visit (check our telephone voice message or web site).
Fees:
  • Adults $5, families (with school age children) $10, students $2 (group rates also available)
  • Partially Accessible
  • Gift Shop
  • Parking
  • Guided Tours

Canada's only clock museum features a broad range of Canadian-made and Canadian-label clocks dating from the early 1800s to the present time.  A guided tour, included in the admission fee, provides some background to the more than four hundred examples on display in the entrance and Exhibit Room.  On sunny days visitors can also enjoy the many sundials "in operation" outside.

Website: www.canclockmuseum.ca

Type: Science and Technology Museum | Specialized Collection