Museum of horology
A special Highlight is the hand-forged church clock of the Pfarrkirche Vöcklamarkt from the year 1777. It offers the ideal visual instruction on the function of a watch from this period. In addition, one may admire a collection of dresser watches from the baroque period, the Empire style, to the art nouveau. You will also learn more about time measurement techniques from the most simple mechanical watch to the atomic clock.
Moreover, a small, but excellent regional historical exhibition is presented, comprising exhibits from the three districts of Vöcklamarkt, Pfaffing and Fornach. Starting with the Roman period the exhibition covers the history of the districts and parishes through the ages to present time.
1st april to 31st october:
Saturday09.00 to 11.30 o´clock and on request:
- +43 664 1658312 - Anton Durchner
- +43 7682 6044 - Karl Krammer
Accessibility / arrival
From Salzburg or Vienna Linz/Wien via motorway A1 – Exit St. Georgen im Attergau – right on the Attergaustraße (L540) to Vöcklamarkt - center
From Bad Ischl – Weißenbachtal (B153) – follow B152 to Unterach and then B151 to Attersee than left to the Attergaustraße (L540) to Vöcklamarkt - center
From Salzburg or Linz/Vienna with „Austrian Federal Railways“ or „Westbahn“ to Attnang Puchheim - via regional train to Vöcklamarkt
Arrival to Airport Salzburg or Linz – with the car/bus or train to Vöcklamarkt.
- Parking space: 10
Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
- Suitable for groups
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An almost 60 year old watchmaker workshop offers interesting insights into the craftsmanship of the old masters. Whoever wants to discover the function and technology of the ancient timepieces is exactly right here. A special Highlight is the hand-forged...