The Clock Shop of Vienna

The Clock Shop of Vienna

Where all we have is time

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We are a local family clock shop

Our store has been located on historic Church Street in Vienna, Virginia since 1975 and showcases over 500 clocks on display for sale. We select the finest time pieces to showcase and will help you find what you’re looking for. We are a family of clock experts here to help you through every part of your clock ownership, and we will help you with both repairs and servicing when you need them.


109 Church St NW, Vienna, VA 22180


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Sunday: Closed
Monday: Closed
Tues - Wed: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm

Exceptional customer service, beautiful clocks from small novelty theme clocks and a sweet kitty to visit while in the store- what more can you ask for?
— Yelp
After spending close to an hour setting up and demonstrating the features of the clock, our new floor clock is standing beautifully in our home. Folks, to witness the 8th world wonder, visit and see for yourself.
— Insider Pages
The Clock Shop is truly a family affair.
— Viva Tysons Magazine
The facade of The Clock Shop of Vienna looks like something out of a storybook, a mix between a giant cuckoo clock and German beer hall. And inside the large showroom, hundreds of proud, magnificent clocks ring out beautiful notes every quarter-hour.
At the Clock Shop, Springing Ahead
— Associated Press


Clock Sales

Over 500 time pieces available including Howard Miller, Chelsea, Comitti, Hermle, and Timeworks. Our in-store prices are usually lower than you’ll find anywhere online due to manufacturer’s policies. Call us.

Clock Servicing

Mechanical clocks should be serviced with new oil every 2-3 years. Servicing your clock will allow it to run smoothly for many more years to come. We provide this service and can teach you to do the same.

Clock Repairs

If your clock is beyond servicing, we repair fine mechanical clocks in-house. Remember to remove any pendulum or weights and bring them in separately.