An old Scovall brass mill manufacturing building is transformed to be the museum of clock and watch history owned by the Timex Corporation. The museum exhibits Timex's primitive collection of watches which dates back to the 1850s. The original location of Timex's museum in its headquarters in Middlebury, Connecticut is found to be less accessible as compared to the relocation in Waterbury.
The famous Easter Island Head which stands 40-feet and is made out of wristwatches is Timex's hot tourist sight. A number of rooms are filled with antique clocks mounted on the wall which are originated back when Timex is still called Waterbury Clock Company. The museum also showcases licensing plates from popular companies like Disney. One display named ?The Mouse That Saved The Company? tells the history of how the contract from Disney rolled Timex's sales up together with partnerships from Snoopy, Donald Duck, Barbie, and Superman.
The museum also exhibits valuables from the World War II. Timex was contracted to produce a Waterbury Clock anti aircraft and gyroscopes that were used to defeat the enemy. A ?Time Tunnel? with pulsating lights and clashing sounds is leading the hallway down to a room of art montages of clocks and watches.
The ground floor of the building shows an exhibit for a contest for student on a futuristic theme of Timex watches. The section is called ?The Future of Time?.
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