Museo de Relojeria Alberto Olvera Hernandez, Zacatlan

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  • It is a Museum of incalculable cultural value, because it shows the manufacture of watches since remote times, when the clock was sandy, or when this device was gigantic and how it has evolved to the present day. Enter there is a true journey by time. In addition to the already by itself interesting knowledge who shows his collection of clocks, the museum itself is a watch that in addition to the hour, provides a unique in Mexico show, this show is shown at 9:00 in the evening, time in which the clock will begin playing a Mexican song. At that time is when open the windows of the facade of the Museum, one of them looks out to an Automat life-size dressed China poblana, subsequently and in another window overlooks a charro and while continuing music more automata come together with dresses of different regions of the country, these automata seem to dance to the rhythm of the music , at the end, leaning and retire inland while the windows are closed. It is a spectacle that no visitor should miss, and you can watch it on Saturday and Sunday at 12:00 and 14:00 hours of the day.
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  • The Museum is beautiful as you talk of the founder, you will see different variety of watches from the most ancient to the most modern. It is advisable to make your journey on the day. By the night make the spectacle of them automata which is totally free, is outside of the Museum and really a show incredible to the 9:00 pm.
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  • It is small, but very enlightening. There is a guided tour so that tourists will see how monumental clocks and a small museum with a collection of watches, from solar, stone, sand, to antique pocket watches are elaborated. It's free, and if they're lucky, they can watch the show of automata.
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  • mucha variedad de relojes y su taller de manufactura es interesante, el museo en sí un poco pequeño
  • Very interesting
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  • Fabulous Museum
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  • If they go to Zacatlán don't forget to visit him since tells us on the first factory of monumental in Latin America watches apart from the fact that they allow you to take a look at the factory and learn a little history of its creator and watches
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  • Interesting but very small without a huge exclusive collection
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