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Patek Philippe Museum

rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 7, Geneva 1205, Switzerland
+41 22 807 09 10
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rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 7, Geneva 1205, Switzerland
+41 22 807 09 10
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Reviewed today

The exhibits are fine jewellery in general rather than watches, the workmanship is incredible and the museum is worth a visit if you are interested - which I am as a watch enthusiast. I have been meaning to visit for some years, having made it...More

Thank SNRinLondon
Reviewed 3 days ago

This was a surprising gem to find in Geneva. Beautifully displayed watches, with easily read (although primarily in French) narratives.

Thank josephwert
Reviewed 1 week ago

OK. I am a watch geek. And when in Geneva you go see swiss watches in stores and at the manufacturers directly if possible. Another thing they have of course are watch museums. In this case we are talking about maybe the biggest player of...More

Thank Averagejoe001
Reviewed 1 week ago

Works of art- I was expecting to find it like other museums but I should say it is more like a combination of artistic jewellery-watches-clocks! Stunning pieces. No photography is allowed. Have 2/5 francs coin as you need it for locker- you need to put...More

Thank 309helena
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum will provide great satisfaction to watch-savvy people as the collection of watches exposed at PPM is very impressive. However, if you intend to learn about the history of watchmaking, what makes a swiss watch so unique and the complex mechanisms it uses, pass...More

Thank bratzve
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were overwhelmed by the huge collection of timepieces this fabulous museum has on display. The museum's first floor displays workbenches and the intricate equipment used by watchmakers. These instruments alone are worth seeing, as they are unique and beautiful creations. However, the collection of...More

Thank Jonathan575
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very impressive collections of clocks from very beginning of manufacturing up to now. Rare and precious artifacts are demonstrated here.

Thank Alexander B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Watches and more watches. Nothing really impressive, at least to me. I went there because some time ago I owned a Patel Philippe watch.

Thank Bert V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's most probably the most interesting and original place to visit in Geneva. Except some exceptional and truly uniques watches ,the museum collection include few masterpieces of jewelry made to order for the Emperor of China and other monarchs . Definitely worth a visit.

1  Thank graucho2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The museum is modest, but is definitely worth visiting! It houses the most beautifully designed watches I have ever seen. I never thought watch as a purely functional object can become such exquisite and delicate pieces of artwork. The only drawback is that no photo...More

Thank VivianZhan
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