Opening hours of the museum

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Opening hours:

Tuesday to Friday

10:00-18:00

Saturday

11:00-17:00

 

The museum is closed on national holidays.

 

ATTENTION:  The museum will be closed on Saturday 4th April 2015 (Easter).

We apologize for any inconveniences. 

 

Audioguides available in English, French, German and Mandarin Chinese.

 

Groups of more than 8 people should be announced previously by phone or email.

 

 

 

News

February 10, 2015
"Outside the Spacecraft: 50 Years of Extra-Vehicular Activity" exhibition in Washington D.C.
The Omega Museum is participating in an exhibition being held at the National Air and Space Museum (NASM). One of the world's leading museums, the NASM is part of the Smithsonian Institute. The major display features important artifacts showcasing some of humankind's finest hours and greatest adventures.

Curator's choice

Curator's choice

The very special 1947 OMEGA "Centenary"

 

 

The OMEGA "Centenary" from 1947 is indeed a very special watch.

 

Not only was it OMEGA's first automatic chronometer created to commemorate the centennial of the brand, this very watch belonged to a special person.

 

A nice inscription can be read on the backside of the watch: "With much love to Leo on our 19th anniversary, Frankie". The owner of this watch was Leopold Godowsky Jr., an American violinist and chemist, who created the first practical color transparency film, Kodachrome. "Frankie", on the other hand, was none other than the sister of legendary composer, Mr. George Gerschwin.