Patek Philippe Museum

The Patek Philippe museum is perhaps the best known of all watch brand museums. It hosts both an antique collection, retracing watchmaking history before Patek Philippe was born, and a very extensive collection of the brand. The density of high horology pieces on display is hugely impressive, (potentially even overwhelming at times for some).


Rue des Vieux Grenadiers, 7 – 1205 Geneva (Google Maps)

Open Hours

 Tuesday – Friday from 2 pm to 6 pm; Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm.  

For public holidays and other details visit the website

How much? Adults: 10 CHF; Reduced: 7. Children under 18: free.

Public guided tours on Saturdays at 2 pm (French) and 2.30 pm (English). 

Private tours available upon request.

Visit the website for more information.

TF Tips: 

  • No need to bring your best camera! Photos are not allowed inside the museum. 
  • As mentioned above, the number of majestic timepieces on display (around 2,500) is huge, and it can be frustrating if not enough time is planned to admire them.