Successful Patek Philippe Exhibition extends opening hours

The organisers involved with the Patek Philippe Exhibition have announced further good news for enthusiasts of the finer things in life with the news that, after seeing more than 25,000 people visit the Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition in its first week, they will be extending their opening hours.

Perpetual calendar and moonphase wristwatch by Patek Philippe

The exhibit, which celebrates the 175th anniversary of Patek Philippe by showcasing a presentation of its horological history of innovation, first opened its doors to the public, wanting to enjoy their collection of vintage on May 27 at Saatchi Gallery in London.

More than 400 exceptional timepieces are on show within more than twenty-one themed areas including the Royal Room, where 15 royal timepieces from the Patek Philippe Museum are available to be seen.

The exhibition’s new opening hours this weekend will now be on Saturday, from 9am – 8pm, and on Sunday it will open from 9am – 4pm, to allow even more people to visit.

Mark Hearn, managing director for Patek Philippe UK, says that demand for the exhibition has exceeded expectations. “We are delighted with the numbers of visitors who have come to see this wonderful exhibition, and also the age range of the visitors, young people as well as older have been completely enthralled by the magic of this event,” he said.

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