Musées de Haguenau / Emmanuel Viverge
Musées de Haguenau / Emmanuel Viverge
Musées de Haguenau / Emmanuel Viverge

Luggage Museum - Haguenau

The Luggage Museum is housed in the former Banque de France of the city. The objects presented come from the remarkable collection constituted by Jean-Philippe and Marie Rolland. The Haguenovian spouses patiently and passionately assembled and restored 600 trunks, suitcases and luggage of various origins and styles, dating from the 18th century to the 1960s. These objects make it possible to illustrate the evolution of the means of transport (journeys by stagecoach, train, liner, plane). Some pieces are unique, particularly those signed by luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Goyard or Moynat.

5 Rue Saint-Georges
67500 Haguenau

Tél : 03 88 63 44 43

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0,2km - Haguenau

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Type of site to visit: Museum and planetarium

Package visits offered: Free visit, Guided tour for groups with reservation

Themes: Science and technology

Opening days

Opening hours: From September 16. to June 30., wednesdays to sundays : 14.00-17.30. From Juli 1st to September 15., wednesdays to sundays : 10.00-12.30 / 13:30-18:00.


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