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The museum is closed on national holidays.











March 19, 2018
Nicole Kidman wearing a vintage Omega jewellery at Oscars 2018
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.
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.

Curator's choice

Curator's choice

The OMEGA "Ladymatic", a revolution in ladies' style

The first Omega lady's automatic wristwatch was a sensational success right from its launch in 1955: equipped with the calibre 455 constructed in 1953, its total volume of only 1.196 cm3 made it a miniature masterpiece.
Despite its size, the OMEGA Cal. 455 offered immense possibilities: using the brand's expertise in michromechanics and following the same pioneering spirit that enabled OMEGA to revolutionize watchmaking many times over, the microscopic components conceived for this movement were of such an astonishing quality that this calibre achieved unprecedented precision and rating results.
To go even further, OMEGA sought an official confirmation of this tiny movement's remarkable qualities and submitted them to the Official Chronometer Testing Bureau (the predecessor of today's COSC). All movements passed the tests with flying colors and attained their rating certificate with a special mention for "especially good results".
The Ladymatic of 1955 thus featured the smallest automatic movement to have received a chronometer certification.
In 1955 the very first version of this wristwatch became a sensation in the watch industry. This was not only because of its certified precision and elegant looks, but also because of the beautiful integrated bracelet in 18 Ct gold that used the same intricate design as the bracelet of the already famous Constellation Grand Luxe.