Opening hours of the museum

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Opening hours:

Tuesday to Friday





ATTENTION: The Museum will be closed on Wednesday 20th September 2017 from 10h00 to 15h00. Please apologize for any inconveniences.


The museum is closed on national holidays.








June 1, 2017
Nicole Kidman wore an historical Omega ladies 'watch from 1953 at the 70th Festival de Cannes
The famous actress, who is an Omega ambassador since 2005, was wearing a very special vintage Omega museum piece at this year's Cannes Film Festival; a jewelry ladies watch with a platinum case on a stunning 18 Ct white gold and diamonds rivière bracelet.
January 11, 2016
OMEGA’s “Her Time” Exhibition in Milan, September 2015
OMEGA's 'Her Time' remarkable exhibition took place for its first show at the Triennale di Milano during last September 2015. The outstanding selection of pieces from the Museum's collection will travel with this itinerant exhibition in many other countries.
February 10, 2015
"Outside the Spacecraft: 50 Years of Extra-Vehicular Activity" exhibition in Washington D.C.
The Omega Museum is participating in an exhibition being held at the National Air and Space Museum (NASM). One of the world's leading museums, the NASM is part of the Smithsonian Institute. The major display features important artifacts showcasing some of humankind's finest hours and greatest adventures.
July 10, 2014
Special pieces from the OMEGA Museum presented at the new exhibition of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne
The exhibition "Chasing Time" at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne host a selection of OMEGA's timekeeping devices, where the technology developed by OMEGA and adapted to the requirements of each sport can be discovered.
May 5, 2014
The OMEGA Museum presents its special exhibition OMEGA's diving heritage
The Museum of Time-Keepers and Mechanical Musical Instruments (MUMM) located in Thun welcomes a temporary exhibition specially created by the OMEGA Museum, which traces the links between OMEGA and the underwater world.
April 10, 2014
The OMEGA Museum unveils new special exhibition
How the brand's 19 ligne calibre gave OMEGA its name and changed the world of watchmaking forever.
February 25, 2013
A special exhibition at the OMEGA Museum
OMEGA’s pioneering technology

Curator's choice

Curator's choice

Omega Olympic split-seconds chronograph

1932: Omega becomes the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games for the first time.
This split-seconds chronograph is equipped with an extra chronograph seconds hand, the so-called split-seconds, which normally moves as one with the centre chronograph seconds hand, but can, thanks to a pusher, be stopped independently in order to take a lap time.
A second pressure on the same pusher instantaneously brings the split-seconds hand back to the centre seconds chronograph hand, whether it is still running or has been stopped.
1932 marked the first time in history that one company was given the sole responsability of providing and controlling all the equipment needed to time all the disciplines of the Games.