German Watch Museum Glashütte
For 170 years, Glashütte has been an important centre of the art of watchmaking. After the reunification of Germany, Glashütte has once again become a by-word for the highest quality, precision and excellence. With its development, the small Saxon town has become an exciting arena of German economic history. Not far from Weesenstein Castle, Glashütte presents itself as a dynamic watchmaking town. Several famous manufactories as well as the German Watch Museum Glashütte are open to the public today. In line with the exhibition’s motto “The Fascination of Time – Bringing Time to Life”, the museum illuminates not only the fine art of watchmaking, but also facilitates an emotional and philosophical access to the phenomenon of time itself. As a modern and experience-orientated time-world, the museum is designed to appeal not only to watch enthusiasts but is also orientated towards visitors who are keen to learn more about the rich history of this region.
pupils, students, seniors €4.00
children under 6 free
daily from 10am to 5pm
KontaktdatenGerman Watch Museum Glashütte
01768 Glashütte/ Sa.
Besitzer: Stiftung "Deutsches Uhrenmuseum Glashütte Nicolas G. Hayek"
Telefon: +49 (0)35053 46283
Fax: +49 (0)35053 46285
by car: A17, exit Glashütte, follow the signs to Glashütte (approx. 12 km)
by train: From Dresden take the suburban train S1 (in the direction of Schöna) to Heidenau train station, change to the regional train RB 72 (in the direction of Altenberg), disembark at Glashütte station.
by bus: From the main train station in Dresden take the regional bus 360 to Dippoldiswalde, then take the regional bus 388 from the bus station in Dippoldiswalde to Glashütte, disembark at Glashütte station/bus station.