© LTM/Sylvio Dittrich

Naunhof Tower Clock Museum

Short facts

Exhibition on the history of time measurement, clock movements from four centuries

Tower clocks with gears have been being built since 1300 and evolved over the following years in line with technological progress. The task and goal of the first Saxon tower clock museum in Naunhof is to find, preserve, restore and make accessible to the public these testimonies of ancient craftsmanship from the past centuries.

In addition to meticulously restored mechanical tower clockworks, a tower clock and bell clock system, as well as a cross-section of main and secondary clockworks, are on display. A café integrated into the museum and regular events and special exhibitions add to what is on offer.

Bathrooms available, Tourist Information

On the map

Naunhof Tower Clock Museum
Ungibauerstr. 1
04683 Naunhof

On the map:
Phone: +49 (0)34293 / 32513
Website: www.turmuhrenmuseum-naunhof.de

    General information

    Next steps

    It appears that you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer as your web browser to access our site.

    For practical and security reasons, we recommend that you use a current web browser such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, or Edge. Internet Explorer does not always display the complete content of our website and does not offer all the necessary functions.