A Horological Tour of New England includes the following curated tours:

Tuesday:  Willard House and Clock Museum, Grafton, MA  

Today, over 90 Willard clocks are exhibited in the birthplace and original workshop of the Willard clockmakers, along with family portraits, furnishings, and other Willard family heirlooms. Works by all three generations of Willard clockmakers, including famed clockmakers Simon Willard Jr. and Benjamin Franklin Willard, are also displayed.”

Wednesday:  Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA

Old Sturbridge Village is a living museum located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts which recreates life in rural New England during the 1790s through 1830s. It is the largest living museum in New England, covering more than 200 acres.  Old Sturbridge Village (OSV) houses the J. Cheney Wells collection of clocks, and its staff includes Tom Vaughn, an NAWCC member and authority on the Terry family and their clockmaking. 

Thursday:  American Clock and Watch Museum, Bristol, CT

The museum’s collection has grown to over 6,000 timepieces with approximately 2,500 clocks and 3,500 watches. The research and archive library housed at the museum consists of thousands of books, catalogs, photographs, and documents. Visitors to the museum will find over 1,500 clocks and watches on display including advertising clocks, punch clocks, grandfather clocks, blinking-eye clocks, railroad watches, character watches, and even Hickory Dickory Dock clocks.”