This peculiar and ‘timely’ museum is worth a visit and celebrates a long-forgotten craze, popular in Belgium and Northern France during the period between WWI and WWII. The Art Deco mantlepiece clock adorned many homes in Belgium and Northern France in the 20s and 30s and this museum devotes its entire space to displaying over 1000 such pieces. Go along and see what so fascinates the majoliclockophile – which is apparently the French word for a lover of such things.
Unhelpfully for the tourist, it’s closed for the entire summer, from the end of June to the beginning of September, so do be sure to check the times. It’s open every Sunday (and only on Sunday) for a guided tour of around 1 hour and 20 minutes, starting at the oddly specific time of 15:05 sharp.