The current day successor of Waterbury Clock Company, with numerous brands worldwide.
Introduced to the American public in 1950, Timex has grown to be a household name. Check out and shop the latest Timex® and TX® watches at Timex.com.
On Time, an exhibit sponsored by Timex at the National Museum of American History in Washington DC, “explores the changing ways we have measured, used, and thought about time over the past three hundred years.” The exhibit features timepieces from Timex Group’s predecessors Benedict & Burnham, Waterbury Clock Company, Waterbury Watch Company and New England Watch Company.
The Smithsonian exhibit “The Quartz Watch” features Timex® watches with Indiglo® night-light.
A nonprofit scientific organization that serves as a unique educational, cultural, and social resource for its membership and the public at large.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Easter Island, all at one site.
Local Attractions & Partners
Full listing of Connecticut’s many attractions.
A great rundown of activities and attractions in the Waterbury region, including help with meeting and tour planning.
The American Clock and Watch Museum | Bristol, CT
The museum’s collection features over 3,000 clocks and watches, including pieces from Waterbury Clock Company.
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Mattatuck Museum | Waterbury, CT
Located in downtown Waterbury, Mattatuck provides our community with professional scholarship, preservation and historical programming about Connecticut’s heritage.
Quassy Amusement Park | Middlebury, CT
Safe, affordable family fun and rides galore, located on the shore of Lake Quassapaug.
Railroad Museum of New England | Thomaston, CT
Now you can ride the rails alongside the Naugatuck River, a very scenic route.