The Hoffman Clock Museum located in Newark, New York, invites you to step into our "time machine" and to learn about the history of timekeeping! This unique collection of timepieces has something for everyone and includes over 300 clocks, watches and tools. Exhibits introduce the visitor to the development of timekeeping technology and provide a wide variety of clock styles. A special emphasis on the history of New York State clockmakers makes this museum a truly exceptional place to visit.
The main emphasis of the Hoffman Clock Museum is education. If you would like to know more about a particular clock on display or would like to examine one of the clocks more closely, contact the curator to set up an appointment.
This museum is sponsored by the Hoffman Foundation and includes many of the clocks that belonged to Augustus and Jennie Hoffman. There is no charge for admission to the museum.