It's at the corner of a tram station on the busiest Banhof Street in Zurich. Switzerland is the capital of clocks and watches, where the museum and jewelry shop are the best places to enjoy such national treasures. As a private museum, the land price here needless to say shows the owner's wealth.
Bayesian horological museum (Uhrenmuseum Beyer Zurich), close to downtown Zurich famous shopping center - class hoff street, has the worlds leading private collections, more than 500 timer across the BC 1400 to todays long history, such as the sundial, sundial, oil clock, hourglass, water clock, clock, table clock, watch, watch and other various tools of measuring time, is the worlds most influential collection timing device.
There are many antique watches, clocks and precious jewelry in the museum. Shareholder watches really look elegant.
The library is rich in collection and knowledge. It is worth visiting.
In a very small museum, you can see luxury watches all over the world, and you can't miss a scenic spot.