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The OMEGA Museum

The OMEGA Museum was opened to the public in January 1984 and is the oldest watch museum dedicated to the history of a single brand. Along with some 4000 watches, the remarkable collection includes movements, clocks, instruments, tools, photos, engravings, posters, signs, awards and certificates.

A visit to the Museum, located just opposite OMEGA’s headquarters, is a virtual “Voyage Through Time” which includes some of the most famous and iconic watches from the brand’s nearly 120 year history. The collection not only includes the watchmaker’s bench where Louis Brandt started his business in 1848, the genesis of what would become OMEGA as we now know it, but also watches which have been to the moon and back with Apollo astronauts, as well as the watches of kings, queens, presidents, explorers and visionaries. The objects and watches displayed in the Museum mark some of the most memorable moments of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.

The Museum Complex is also home to the OMEGA Archives which document the entire history of the brand since its beginning in 1894.


Rue Jakob-Stämpfli 96
CH-2500 Biel 4
Tel. +41 (0)32 343 91 31
Fax. +41 (0)32 343 98 70

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    Opening hours:

  • Open Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; closed on Sundays and public holidays.
  • Entrance: free-of-charge

Audio guides :

Available in English, French, German and Mandarin Chinese.



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