Since 2016, the former Banque de France of the city has been home to the collection of over 200 trunks and luggage belonging to Marie and Jean-Philippe Rolland. The couple from Haguenay have patiently and passionately assembled and restored suitcases and luggage of various origins and styles, dating from the 18th century to the 1960s. These objects illustrate the evolution of means of transport (stagecoach, train, liner, plane). Some pieces are unique, notably those signed by the great luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Goyard or Moynat.
The collection, entrusted to the City of Haguenau free of charge by the Rolland couple, has already been used as the basis for an eventful exhibition in 2015, as part of the festivities for the 900th anniversary of the founding of Haguenau. As an extension of this temporary exhibition, the City of Haguenau is responsible for the permanent management of the collection, with the aim of perpetuating and popularising this unique collection in Europe.
Since 2016, the Musée du Bagage has been housed in the city's former Banque de France. The objects on display are part of the remarkable collection built up by Jean-Philippe and Marie Rolland. With patience and passion, the couple from Haguenay have assembled and restored six hundred trunks, suitcases and luggage, of various origins and styles, dating from the 18th century to the 1960s. These objects illustrate the evolution of means of transport (travel by stagecoach, train, liner, plane). Some pieces are unique, notably those signed by luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Goyard, or Moynat.
Le Musée du Bagage est ouvert du mercredi au dimanche de 14h à 17h30. Visite guidée tous les dimanches à 15h.
Public priceAdult : €4.00
Kid : Free
Price with the passAdult : Free
Kid : Free
Nearby car parks
- Vieille Île - 2 minutes on foot
- Railway station / Moulin Neuf - 3 minutes on foot
- Parc des Sports - 5 minutes on foot
Der SNCF-Bahnhof befindet sich am Ende der Rue Saint George.