As you may know, The National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc. (NAWCC) opened its world-famous Watch & Clock Museum to the public on November 6, 1977, nearly 40 years ago. Today, more than 15,000 people visit the Museum every year.
The NAWCC is the world's largest museum, research library, educational institution, and international community of horological professionals and enthusiasts dedicated to clocks, watches, time, and timekeeping. We are committed to being the world leader, educator, and advocate for horology and for everyone who is interested in horology.
You may be aware of our Museum and Association, but you may not be aware of the NAWCC's full portfolio:
• The world's largest Museum and Research Library dedicated to clocks, watches, time, and timekeeping
• A comprehensive horological education program
• An international community of 13,000 members
• A website with 500,000 visits per year
• An Internet-based public forum community on horological issues with a participation rate of 1.5 million entries per year, with 854,000 unique users
• An assembly of 150 Chapters around the globe
• Regional U.S. conventions and an annual, international convention for members and horology enthusiasts
• A world-class publishing house
• An internationally and academically renowned annual Symposium on time-related topics
• The broker of the largest affiliation of volunteer subject matter experts on time and timekeeping
• A global leader in influencing the horological community
This year the NAWCC will be hosting multiple special events remembering and celebrating the founding of both the Natonal Watch & Clock Museum as well as the NAWCC itself. Watch our website and calendar for these events as the year unfolds-they will be events you do not want to miss.
Thank you for your support! We hope you will take part in supporting the NWCM from now until our culminating event in July 2018.