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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) : 1,50 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

Our present 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