The National Watch and Clock Museum is a relatively lesser known museum. It's 1 of 2 surviving horological museums in the East Coast U.S. The other one is in CT and smaller than this one here in PA. I was down in PA to close my house, and took my old dad along with me. We took the chance to go sightseeing in the weekend, and this was one of the places we went. We had a great time checking out the exhibits.
Below is a small example of what's displayed in the museum, primarily focused on quartz and digital watches as it's where my interest is in (as well as what this forum community primarily interested in). There are tons of exhibits for grandfather clocks, pocket watches and mechanical watches. If you are a vintage watches lovers, you could spend hours in there. Just note that a museum like this won't last forever, due to the reduce in interests to clocks and watches from one generation to the next. What's in there is a horological history frozen in time. It's a highly valuable learning experience for children and adults alike.
So I say, at least go check it out, if you are not too far away. Take your kids, as they have lots of activities for kids and then take them to eat ice cream after in the nearby ice cream factory. Of course, you can make monetary donations and also donate your vintage watches / clocks (if you have any) to the exhibits. Large part of the exhibits were donations from watch fans like us. In fact, as you see later, they can use a donation of a vintage G-Shock or two.
Beautiful clocks and architecture outside the museum.