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Ceramic clock in our museum in Brussels
Welcome to the Clockarium, 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.

Our Belgian museum displays more than a thousand mantel clocks in a stylish Art Deco house at the entrance to Brussels.
Come and discover this unique collection of popular art deco ceramics from Belgium, France and Czechoslovakia;
enjoy the charming beauty and exceptional creativity of this amazing decorative art.
It will be a delightful journey in time and imagination!

Art deco clock in our museum in Brussels 

Open on Sundays for a guided visit in French starting at 3:05 pm sharp. Closed on Belgian school holidays and exceptions.

Guided visit on Sundays at 3:05 pm except school holidays & exceptions.

Private visits in English on request. The Museum can be rented for receptions and seminars.

Always check our closing dates...

 Our English website is not complete. Kindly consult our French website for more information.

A great video of the Clockarium
Video Clockarium

The Clockarium Museum in Brussels, Belgium

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Visit: 163 Auguste Reyers boulevard - 1030 Brussels / Schaerbeek - Belgium
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Updated: January 14, 2023