Lock Museum of America, Inc.

230 Main St.
Terryville, CT 06786- Map It
(860) 589-6359

AAA Editor Notes

Lock Museum of America, Inc. is .6 mi. w. of SR 72 at 230 Main St. The museum houses more than 23,000 kinds of locks, including vault locks, door locks, padlocks, handcuffs, a cannon ball safe and early time locks. Three locks made by Stephen Bucknall in 1833 also are displayed. Eight separate rooms—including the Eagle Lock Company, Bank Lock, Corbin-Russwin, Yale and Antique Lock rooms—feature locks and keys manufactured by nearly every lock company in the United States and several from Europe.
$3; $2.50 (ages 51+); free (ages 0-11).
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 1:30-4, May-Oct.