A curious collection of locks and keys.
This entry is a stub
Help improve Atlas Obscura by expanding Musée Bricard with additional information or photos.
The Musée Bricard, or Musée de la Serrure, was once one of Paris’s tiny hidden gems. The curious collection features locks and keys dating form Roman times up to the present day, including one lock that attacks anyone who uses the wrong key, and a metal masterpiece created by a locksmith who was himself kept behind locked doors during the four years it took him to complete it. The museum is currently closed to the public, though hopefully will be reopening soon.
February 28, 2010
Edit this listing
In partnership with KAYAK
Plan Your Trip
Stay in Touch!
Follow us on social media to add even more wonder to your day.Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Follow Us on Instagram No Thanks Visit AtlasObscura.com
No purchase necessary. Winner will be selected at random on 04/01/2023. Offer available only in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico). Offer subject to change without notice. See contest rules for full details.
Follow us on Twitter to get the latest on the world's hidden wonders.
Like us on Facebook to get the latest on the world's hidden wonders.Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook