Musée alsacien (Haguenau)

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Musée alsacien de Haguenau
Musée alsacien de Haguenau.jpg
Façade of the museum in February 2010
Location1 Place Joseph Thierry, 67500 Haguenau, France
Coordinates48°48′53″N 7°47′21″E / 48.81472°N 7.78917°E / 48.81472; 7.78917Coordinates: 48°48′53″N 7°47′21″E / 48.81472°N 7.78917°E / 48.81472; 7.78917
Folk art
Public transit accessBus Ritmo lines 1 and 2, stop Ancienne Douane[1]

The Museé alsacien (Alsatian museum) is one of the three museums of Haguenau, France. Like its older and much larger counterpart in Strasbourg, it is dedicated to local, mostly rural customs, furniture, and folk art.[2]

The museum was established in 1972 when the ethnographic collection of the Musée historique de Haguenau was separated from the rest of the collections in order to reorganise the existing space, it was moved into the former chancery (French: chancellerie), a late 15th-century building.[3]



  1. ^ "MA - Informations pratiques". Ville de Haguenau. Retrieved 13 February 2017.
  2. ^ "MA - Collections". Ville de Haguenau. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  3. ^ "MA - Bâtiment". Ville de Haguenau. Retrieved 13 April 2017.

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