Luggage Museum

The "new version" of the Luggage Museum has opened its doors in the former Banque de France building in the rue Saint-Georges in Haguenau. In the completely renovated premises a selection of exceptional trunks and suitcases is displayed in a cosy and cultivated ambience. The exhibition invites visitors to embark on a voyage of discovery through changing modes of transport and reasons for travelling and looks at the extent to which luggage represents "a small piece of home" when conquering the world.

Most of the items on display are taken from the remarkable collection – one of a kind in Europe – constituted by Jean-Philippe and Marie Roland, which includes six hundred trunks, suitcases and other items of luggage of various origins and in various styles, dating from the 18th century to the 1960s. Not only do the exhibits showcase the know-how of their manufacturers and creators; they also reflect changing modes of transport (stagecoach, train, ocean liner, aeroplane). Some pieces are unique, in particular those from luxury design houses such as Louis Vuitton, Goyard and Moynat.

5 Rue Saint-Georges
67500 Haguenau

03 88 63 44 43

Visit the Luggage Museum in Haguenau

They have travelled through the most beautiful countries in the world, carried the most elegant clothes, shared the secrets of famous people and held precious objects. The Luggage Museum is a journey through the centuries discovering trunks, suitcases and baggage, from the most typical to the most unusual
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Public price
Adult : €4.00
Kid : Free
Price with the pass
Adult : Free
Kid : Free

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