The Canadian Clock Museum

<b>The museum building 60 James Street</b><b>The museum's CANADA 150 project POSTER</b><b>Panorama view of 1950s - 1970s wall clocks</b>

The Canadian Clock Museum in Deep River, Ontario is Canada's only clock museum.  It is dedicated to collecting, preserving, researching, and exhibiting the products of Canada's many clock manufacturers and sellers since the early 1800s.

The extensive collections include clocks from the early 1800s to the present time. Almost fifty clocks are always running among the several hundred on display in the Exhibit Room. These are enhanced by many period artifacts, including several early 20th century mechanical record players.  Visitors can listen to Edison music cylinders and to flat 78s records on old players made by Columbia, Victor, and Thorens. A guided tour of the Exhibit Room is offered with the admission fee. Set aside an hour to fully enjoy the tour.

Adults $5
Students $2
Families $10 (with their school-age children);
Children under 7: Free

Year-round, but closed for a week in April, September, and October (please see our web site for specific dates)

JUNE through AUGUST:
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
or by appointment

Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
(closed Sunday and Monday)
or by appointment

CLOSED SOME WEEKS FALL TO SPRING FOR HOLIDAYS - please check our web site for details.

We recommend that you call ahead to confirm we will be open if you plan to travel from out of town.

60 James Street
MAIL to P.O. Box 1684
Deep River ON
K0J 1P0
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(613) 584-9687