" The museum, housed in an impressive Neo-Renaissance building, displays collections on the history of the town. "
Built between 1900 and 1905 in a Neo-Renaissance style, the museum houses collections that illustrate the history of the town and surrounding region, from prehistory up until modern times. A rich archaeological collection from the Bronze and Iron Ages provides information on a culture that flourished in the Forest of Haguenau. It also contains exceptional objects from the Gallo-Roman period, such as the Roman Legionnaire’s helmet. Several rooms are dedicated to the history of thetown since it was founded in the 12th century.
A collection of faience is a reminder that the Hannong family of ceramicists stayed in the town. The museum also has a beautiful collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco glassware.
Opening times and dates are subject to change depending on circumstances. Please take your precautions.