Omega Museum

Relocated to a stunning new building in 2019, the OMEGA Museum tells the compelling story of the Swiss brand through immersive movies, compelling showcases and fun interactive experiences.

The journey to the heart of OMEGA includes a 360° history of time, a giant walk-in Speedmaster, and a magical animation revealing the inner-workings of the famous Co-Axial Escapement.

Along the way, visitors can unleash their inner Olympian on a 9m running track and even record their time with OMEGA’s Official Timekeeper technology. They can explore OMEGA’s history of women’s watchmaking, walk across a lunar surface and enter the exciting world of James Bond 007.

 

Those wishing to delve into the details of OMEGA’s past, present and future, will not be disappointed.

The brand’s long and distinguished history unfolds in the most appropriate way – through a 50m steel bracelet, with 64 treasury windows.

There is also a showcase highlighting OMEGA’s latest adventures… and of course, there are many – many – OMEGA watches.

 

The Omega Museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on public holidays. For additional information, please visit the website.

 

Omega museum website

Omega Museum

The Omega Museum
Nicolas G. Hayek Strasse 2
CH-2502 Biel / Bienne
Phone: +41 32 343 91 31

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