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Saint-Nicolas d'Aliermont Clock Museum

(c) Studio Yann Pelcat, Dieppe

The clock-making museum

Saint-Nicolas d’Aliermont famous in the area for its rich industrial history welcomes you to its new clock- making museum. It relates the history of clock making and preciseness, a genuine know-how from Saint-Nicolas d’Aliermont, from the beginning of the 18th century until the present day. Download the general presentation of the clock-making museum in english.


  • High season (from 1 June to 30 September)
    From Tuesday to Sunday :10 -12 am and 2 - 6pm
  • Low season ( from  1 October to 31 December and from 15 February to 31 May)
    From Wednesday to Sunday 2:30 pm - 6pm


  • From 1 January to 14 February
  • The museum is closed on 1 May, 1 November, 11 November and 25 December.


  • Full fee : 4 euros
  • Reduced fee (for young people from 14 to 18, students, unemployed people, families, disabled people) : 2 euros each person
  • Group's fee : 3 euros each person


For adults

  • Audioguides available in French and in English
  • Visit's text available in German, download it
  • Visit's text available in Spanish, download it
  • Visit's text available in Dutch, download it

For children

  • Audioguides available in French and in English
  • Treasure Hunt in French and in English (a small booklet, if they fill it in a right way, they win something...)

Opening times

Something new in summer 2017 !

This summer, the english visitors could find a new booklet to discover our collections with the five senses and they could read an original history about one of our clocks and its travel around the world.

Our next temporary exhibition

9 miles from Dieppe

  • Shop, car park and camping-cars area are available





  • All year long for pupils
  • During the holidays for children