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Watches And Wonders 2023 | The Watchmaking Destination
Mar
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Watches And Wonders 2023 | The Watchmaking Destination


Watches And Wonders 2023 are coming soon! In less than a month, the Salon will open its doors, and everyone is working hard to get everything ready for what is expected to be the biggest watchmaking exhibition ever to take place in Geneva. The week looks to be full of wonders with 48 exhibiting Maisons, including some of the major names in the sector, set to unveil their innovations!

Watches And Wonders 2023

The journalists, retailers, and guests of the exhibiting Maisons will be given priority during the first few days, but everyone will be able to experience the enthusiasm for watchmaking, whether in the Salon or the City. The heart of Geneva will beat to the beat of watchmaking movements over the entire week thanks to a special public program. From Monday, March 27 to Saturday, April 1, a variety of events will take place around the City. On April 1 and 2, events will take place in the Salon. Not to mention the unique evening, which will liven up Geneva’s streets on March 30 from 5 to 9pm. Get together and toast the art of watchmaking!

Watches And Wonders 2023 | In the City

Boutique animations

Throughout the course of the week, the Maisons participating at Watches and Wonders Geneva are arranging extraordinary animations in their boutiques. They will highlight their remarkable works of art, their skill and knowledge, as indicated by a WandW display.

Watchmaking rally

A rally will invite aficionados to explore the cultural landmarks and boutiques of the watchmakers while carrying their mobile device. They must put together the word “Watches and Wonders,” the secret code that will allow them to enter the prize draw, using the scattered QR codes along the route. Ten winners will each receive two weekend passes to the Salon, including with meals.

Guided tours and visits (free)

Geneva city center : two tours per day (12.30pm and 4pm) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Theme: Discover Geneva’s historical watchmaking landmarks.

Patek Philippe Museum : the guided tour of the museum, which houses one of the world’s most prestigious watch collections, will be organized on Tuesday and Thursday (4 to 6pm) and Saturday (10am to 12pm).

Feel the heartbeat of Geneva’s watchmaking industry : Geneva Tourism offers to take you back into the City’s illustrious watchmaking past. The tour starts at 2pm on Saturday.

Watches And Wonders 2023 | In the Salon

Watches and Wonders Geneva is more than simply a trade fair; it’s a passionate event that should be experienced in person. Also, it is a location where experts may be listened to and learned from. With seminars, guided tours, and exhibitions, the weekend will include a robust schedule. They look forward to seeing you here!

  • Discover the 48 exhibiting Maisons with the aid of 4 distinct guided tours. Directly register at the Info Stations at the Salon.
  •  15 cutting-edge initiatives on the future of watchmaking will be displayed in the LAB area, which is centered on technological breakthroughs.
  • The exhibition “What time is it?” by Karine Bauzin explores how we perceive time and how it affects our relationships with one another.
    A series of conferences addressing various watchmaking issues and important trends will be held at the Auditorium.

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