Claphams Clocks National Clock Museum

Claphams Clocks National Clock Museum in Whangarei, Whangarei, New Zealand | Museum

Whangarei based Claphams Clocks National Clock Museum is a unique visitor attraction in Northland, New Zealand, presenting one of the largest collections of clocks in the southern hemisphere, established in the 1940's by Whangarei resident Archibald Clapham.

Come "face to face" with these amazing timepieces, hear the unique chimes and cuckoos whilst learning about the international history of clock making at Claphams Clocks National Clock Museum. This is an educational and entertaining experience for the whole family.

A full range of visitor services and souvenir shop is situated in the adjoining "Quay Info" information centre at Claphams Clocks National Clock Museum. Gather information on the numerous attractions and activities in Whangarei and Northland, as well other regions in New Zealand. A free booking service is offered for transport, accommodation, tours and activities. Stamps, phone cards and maps, plus an extensive range of quality souvenirs are also available.

The idyllic surroundings of Whangarei's Quayside also allows visitors to enjoy a harbour side stroll, a meal in one of the many cafe's and restaurants or a browse in the nearby craft shops after their Museum visit.

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Quayside, Town Basin
Whangarei
Northland
New Zealand
64 09 438 3993
Visit Site
Museum
Largest Clocks Collections
1940 Amazing Timepieces
Chimes And Cuckoos
Clock Making
Educational
Entertaining Experience
Souvenir Shop
Visitor Services

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