I went to this museum in March. I think it's a very special museum. It's full of bags. It's full of historical stories. There are also some big-name customized or limited editions. It's totally different from going to shopping bakeries. It's a kind of awe. But there are many bags that I want to take away when I see them. Haha~I think it's a ladies'paradise. Ah, it's good not to buy it. There are many big limited editions, LV, Chanel, Hermes... I also saw two handbags with Chinese style. As a matter of fact, it's our Chinese design, called bampo. The whole museum is a Chinese brand. It's amazing. Being a Chinese little proud, ha-ha.~
From antiques to modern times, there are many kinds of bags, and they are very beautiful! ____________
Amsterdam deserves to be the capital of museums. The Luggage Museum is one of its rare places. This is the place where women go. There are almost all kinds of bags, shoes and accessories of top brands. There are all kinds of shapes, styles, retro and ingenious doors, which really open people's eyes.
Absolutely a great discovery of traveling to Am! Where sisters must go! There are so many real bags inside that I can't catch my eyes! There are many luxurious luxury bags and many unknown Italian or French craftsmen's top-level production. Anyway, it's too eye-opening! And it's next to the canal. It's very convenient. Am is so small, there's nothing else to visit! Going to the Baggage Museum is definitely a worthwhile choice!
Handbags and luggage museums seem to be getting more and more popular ~There are so many foreign tourists ~The museum is not disappointing to me. 5000 bags collection is very shocking ~Most importantly, they have published a Chinese official website to see what they want to see at http://www.tassenmuseum.cn./
There are so many real bags inside that I can't catch my eyes! There are many luxurious luxury bags and many unknown Italian or French craftsmen's top-level production. Anyway, it's too eye-opening! And it's next to the canal. It's very convenient. Am is so small, there's nothing else to visit! Going to the Baggage Museum is definitely a worthwhile choice! It is said that it used to be the place where nobles lived. Many parts of the house decoration can be said to be antique. There is a roof painting with very beautiful murals. It kills two birds with one stone. It's like visiting palaces and luxury houses, and seeing all kinds of bags. There seems to be a place for afternoon tea. I didn't know and didn't make a reservation before. If you want to try, you can go to the official website.
Love that museum I got to see bags from each century. From the very begging to now it's amazing!
Super beautiful, but in fact very small, and should be expensive, but there is a Dutch Museum card, so go, women's paradise ah~
From a purse that's an actual working telephone to a bag that looks like a bucket and bottle of champagne, the Museum of Bags and Purses has pretty much anything you can imagine. The multi-level museum traces the history of handbags -- the oldest item on display goes all the way back to the 16th century. There are bags of all shapes, sizes, and materials from around the world, and the stories are interesting even if you're not a handbag aficionado. Stop by the cafe or indulge in a traditional afternoon tea.