The museum site is based on Medieval Spon Street in the three remaining 19th century cottages built in 1820.
The surrounding land constitutes as what is known as a 'court' with a Victorian toilet block and is one of the only examples of a court still in its original position in the city centre area. There is also a WWII brick air raid shelter which adjoins the buildings containing WWII memorabilia. Five of the six rooms in the cottages will be open to the public to view.
All buildings contain clockmaking and watchmaking artefacts and information on the clock and watchmaking industry of Coventry.
People will be on hand to talk to. Children activities will also be taking place including 'How to tell the time'.
Friday 13 September: 1100-1500
Saturday 14 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 15 September: 1000-1600
Monday 16 September: 1100-1500
Tuesday 17 September: 1100-1500
Wednesday 18 September: 1100-1500
Thursday 19 September: 1100-1500
Friday 20 September: 1100-1500
Saturday 21 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 22 September: 1000-1600
No booking required
Entrance is via a passageway at the side of the Public House on Spon Street.