The handbag and bag museum is a big bag, and the people who like to buy bags recommend to visit, and there are a lot of handbags, very beautiful, not too big but wonderful
There are many museums in Copenhagen in Denmark, many are unique, few see the kind, handbags and bags are unique style, there are hundreds of collections, the museum's interior environment is also very high. Very interesting [price/performance] very cost-performance
Very nice collection of bags and purses. Many nice quality purses in the shop. The women who are the staff seemed very wary of me being in the gift shop. As I have said before, trans women are not at all liked here in the Netherlands. We are made to know and feel that with the looks of disapproval, disgust and anger that emanates from almost everyone
Love that museum I got to see bags from each century. From the very begging to now it's amazing!
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.
Tassen Museum Hendrikje Museum of Bags is small, but mighty. It houses the largest collection of purses and bags in the world. If you're a fashion nut like me, you'll love it. My fiance enjoyed wandering through the museum as well since it also doubles as a rare opportunity to wander through a traditional Amsterdam canal house.
A little museum dedicated to the handbag and purse. It's spread over several floors of a historic canal home. The most interesting bags for me were the older ones and all the information regarding daily life in the 16th or 17th century and how as times changed, bags and purses changed. Sadly, the museum seemed to be curated oddly. Although the rooms were labeled chronologically, it was very difficult to follow and the 20th/21st century rooms had large sections dedicated to the 19th century. This made it difficult to follow a narrative so to speak and by the time you got to the later centuries it was more like, "Aren't these cute bags?" rather than much of significance. They have a gorgeous cafe area where they serve high tea (I'll update once I've been there) and historic-style lunch. Obviously if you like fashion, this is fun, but I wouldn't necessarily run out to see it again.