This presentation gives an overview over phenomena occurring in unconventional superconductors with broken time-reversal symmetry. The best-known effect related with broken time-reversal symmetry is intrinsic magnetism observable by μSR. In many cases this magnetism is connected to the appearance of chiral quasiparticle edge states which originate from topological properties of the superconducting order parameter. Time-reversal symmetry can also be broken only locally and has then strong influence of the local quasiparticle spectrum. The existence of vortices with fractional flux pinned strongly on domain walls in time-reversal symmetry breaking superconductors leads to unusual flux flow behavior.