It’s time for another teeny tiny museum. Believe it or not, there is literally a museum in the window of the door of a private residence in Basel, Switzerland. It’s called the Hoosesagg Museum (hoosesagg means ‘trouser pocket’ in case you don’t speak multiple languages). Because the home is historically significant and located in in the heart of Basel’s old quarter, tourists are always walking by and peering inside. So the owners thought “Why not display something for them to look at?” Hoosesagg is similar to Mµseum (aka the Micro Museum) in Somerville, Massachusetts in that visitors do not actually go inside, they just look at a display case. And what is in the display, you ask? Well, this little museum has rotating exhibits from Ferrari Easter eggs to chess pieces to Nutcrackers to red vehicles (as seen above). Anyone can contribute an exhibit, there are just a few stipulations. Collections should consist of about 30 items, and the objects must be small enough to fit in a trouser pocket…hence, the name. It all makes sense now. Or does it?