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WELCOME TO CANADA'S ONLY CLOCK MUSEUM SINCE 2000

60 JAMES STREET, DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO
60 JAMES STREET, DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO

Showcasing the heritage of Canada's many clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s to the present time.  Drop in for a tour.  Send us an e-mail question about your Canadian clock.  Check the recent visitors' reviews on Tripadvisor and Google.

SUMMER 2020:  CELEBRATING almost 14,000 VISITORS to our unique museum since May 2000 and over one hundred thousand online page visits just since 2007.  Come in for a one hour GUIDED TOUR of our exhibits that showcase two centuries of Canadian clocks from the early 1820s to the present time.

See and hear more than just clocks, because we have lots of period artifacts, including some really old record players that work without electricity!  Hear century-old Edison cylinder records on a 1920 floor model player.  Be amazed by the incredible sound from our 1926 CREDENZA floor model 78s records player sold in Ottawa back then and made by the Victor Talking Machine Company.

SPECIAL AWARD:  In June 2019 our museum received the prestigious 2018 President's Award from the Ontario Historical Society for "an outstanding contribution to the preservation and promotion of Ontario's history".

COVID-19 UPDATE:  The museum reopened on Monday June 15 with our normal summer hours.  Maximum ten people at a time, please.  Small groups of 2 to 5 people should stay safely spaced from other small groups.  Sorry, no washroom and no credit or debit cards, but old-fashioned cash and personal cheques still work.  E-transfer is another option.  Hand sanitizer at the door, and I wear a face mask during the guided tour. 

EFFECTIVE JULY 8, all visitors are required to wear face masks in the museum, and in eastern Ontario, including in our Renfrew County.  Keeping us all safe.

Click here to ask a question about the museum or your clock: enquiries@canclockmuseum.ca - how can we help you?  Please include some pictures with your clock's history. 

 

Allan