Museu do Relógio (Clock Museum), Pólo de Évora

Discover the Clock Museum of Évora, in Alentejo, Portugal.

Museu do Relógio, Pólo de Évora
Museu do Relógio, Pólo de Évora 
© Celestino Manuel

This Clock Museum (Museu do Relógio) has two branches, one of them located in the Palace of Barrocal of Évora, nearby the well-known Praça do Giraldo square; but the other one it is so in the Convent of Mosteirinho, next to Praça da República square, in Serpa.

Museu do Relógio, Évora
Museu do Relógio, Évora 
© Museu do Relógio

This museum has more than 2,300 mechanical parts dating back from 1630 until nowadays. It has pocket watches, wristwatches, clocks and many others. Moreover, one of the museum’s rooms is dedicated to national clocks and it houses several temporary exhibitions.

This museum’s history dates back to 1972, when its main supporter, António Tavares d’Almeida, inherited three out-of-order pocket watches from his grandparents. Since that moment, he compiled watches all over the world. In 1955 he did his first exhibition and donated around 400 watches to the museum. Nowadays, his as well passionate son Eugénio is the one in charge of the museum, compiling all kinds of watches from all over the world.

More information:


Palácio Barrocal, Rua Serpa Pinto, 6, Évora.

Ticket Price:

Adults : 2€
Children up to 10: free admission.

Opening Hours:

From Tuesdays to Fridays from 14h00 to 17h30. Saturdays, Sundays, and bank holidays from 10h00 to 12h30 and from 14h00 to 17h30.


(+351) 284 543 194.



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