If we take time, time gives us something in return.
The German Watch Museum Glashütte is an exciting destination for a trip in the Eastern Ore Mountains. Located in the middle of the “Ore Mountains mining region” world cultural heritage site, the town of Glashütte, with its watchmaking industry, is an interesting example of how the decline of the mining industry turned into the success story of a town. The German Watch Museum Glashütte is presenting its 175-year history of watchmaking in a multimedia exhibition.
For group trips of up to 100 people, the German Watch Museum Glashütte is an exciting item on the programme.
We have summarised all the important information for trip organisers:
- Permanent exhibition of 1000 m²:
a chronological tour through the 175-year history of the Glashütte watch industry
- Varying special exhibitions
- Opening times:
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except 24th December and 1st January
EUR 4.50 per person
For a group of ten people or more
Tour guides and bus drivers free
Registration required for groups of ten people or more.
- Guided tours of the museum with advance registration:
Duration 90 min
Max. 20 pax per guided tour
Max. four guided tours possible in parallel
Prices of guided tours:
German: EUR 50 plus entry
Other language: EUR 75 plus entry
Languages: German, English
- Audio guide with advance registration:
Languages: German, English, Czech, Chinese
Children’s audio guide
Max. 40 devices available
Maximum playing time: 120 minutes, audio stations can be selected individually
Rental fee per device: EUR 2
- Bus parking space in front of the entrance to the watch museum on Hauptstraße
- Museum is:
Plenty of seating
Walker available for free