The world’s smallest museum is in the window of a 600-year-old house, Hoosesagg Museeum in Switzerland, which in English means the Pocket Museum, is not only the country’s but the smallest museum in the world.
There is no admission fee to this museum. The reason is that no one can even enter this museum because the whole museum consists of just one window, this window is also two feet long and two feet wide. This window is closed with iron rods.
Items kept in this small museum change every few months. A family has been living in this house for the past 35 years and has been operating the museum for 24 years. The family decorates their memorial items in this museum and items from other people are also kept in the window.
This window is located in a 600-year-old house in the Old Town of Basel, Switzerland.