Deutsches Uhrenmuseum

Deutsches Uhrenmuseum
Deutsches Uhrenmuseum
Deutsches Uhrenmuseum
History and tradition
170 years
The German Clock Museum is located in the geographical heart of the Black Forest's clock-making industry. The Museum's 170-year-old collection of Black Forest clocks is the most comprehensive of its kind in the world and provides a deep insight into the history, traditions and culture of the Black Forest.
Back in the 19th century, even clocks from abroad were being collected here. Another attraction is the assortment of everyday clocks. With over 8000 items, the collection draws a multifaceted and international portrait all about the history and technology of the phenomenon of time.
Guided tours daily at 11.00 (in German) and by appointment, also in English, French, Italian and Spanish.

48.104382, 8.205037


Deutsches Uhrenmuseum

Robert-Gerwig-Platz 1
Opening hours
Tuesday - Sunday: 9:00-18:00
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00-17:00

Monday: open for groups with guided tours.
December 24th and 31st: open 10:00 to 15:30.
Contact and additional information
+49 7723 92 02 800

Currently in this museum

Deutsches Uhrenmuseum: Wie funktioniert eine Kuckucksuhr?

This standard tour shows you that not every clock is the same. At the same time, each one stands for a notion of time. Cuckoo Clocks and shield clocks tell of the Black Forest, yet the diversified ...