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The Clockarium, Museum of the Art Deco Ceramic Clock

The Clockarium is the Museum of the Art Deco Ceramic Clock in Brussels.

It specializes in the Art Deco faience clock which was the first timepiece affordable to everyone. During the 1920s and '30s, it proudly decorated every common home in Belgium and Northern France. An unstoppable craze, this fashion gave rise to millions of amazing ceramic clocks, in a huge variety of shapes, styles, and decorations. The Museum displays over one thousand of them in a superb Art Deco house at the entrance to Brussels.

On Sundays afternoon except Belgian school holidays, I lead a guided visit in French starting at 15:05 sharp, which I'm sure you'll enjoy - as long as you understand French! Private guided visits in English can also be organized for groups.

Finally, the Clockarium is a great place to rent for an exceptional reception, meeting or seminar.

Location

The Museum is located on 163 bd Reyers, 1030 Schaerbeek (Brussels), next to the Reyers overpass crossing the exit of E40 Brussels-Liège. See the access map...

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