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Our world famous collection is a “Must See”!
Claphams National Clock Museum is a unique visitor attraction 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.
Discover exquisite and rare clocks. Guided tours are an educational and entertaining experience for all ages.
The museum has an extensive souvenir and gift shop.
Located in Whangarei's Town Basin Marina, visitors can enjoy the many waterfront cafes, galleries and shops.
Open daily 9am - 5pm
Claphams National Clock Museum, Dent Street, Town Basin, Whangarei, Northland, 0110, New Zealand.
- Business hours:
- 9am-5pm daily
- Months of operation:
- All months of the year
Facilities and Features
- Proximity to airport:
- Proximity to coach terminal:
- Proximity to town:
- Located on the Town Basin Marina, just 5 minute walk from the city
Pricing and Conditions
|Adult||$8.00 - $10.00|
(16 year(s) and under)
|$3.00 - $4.00|
- Other charges:
- Family pass $ 20 - 2 adults and up to 4 children
- Further pricing information:
- Wednesdays, free for seniors over 60