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American Clock and Watch Museum is located on Maple St. in the historic 1801 Miles Lewis House in Bristol. This museum is supplemented by two modern wings and displays more than 3,000 clocks and watches dating from the 1590s. The exhibits include grandfather clocks, shelf clocks, novelties and church-tower clocks; many strike simultaneously on the hour.

A re-created 1825 clock shop area, an 1890 Victorican clock and watch store and a sundial garden are also featured.

Location: 100 Maple St., Bristol Connecticut 06114 Telephone 860-583-6070 Fax 860-583-1862

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