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Pass'Alsace : visit Alsace from north to south

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A pass to visit the whole of Alsace! A pass to visit the whole of Alsace!

Entrance ticket - The Automobile Museum

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The world's finest automobile collection The world's finest automobile collection

Admission ticket - Unterlinden Museum

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Family Pass now available! Family Pass now available!
Museum covering almost 7,000 years of history Museum covering almost 7,000 years of history

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Visit the Linge Memorial Museum

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Woodcrafts Museum : Family visit

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Museums en Alsace

Museums in Alsace come in three exciting phases. With Bonjour Alsace, historical museums reveal the history of the region. Open-air museums. Finally, the chocolate museums focus on workshops, chocolate history and gastronomy. Each of these phases offers an enriching experience for visitors in search of discovery and wonder.

Museums in Alsace come in three exciting phases. With Bonjour Alsace, historical museums reveal the history of the region. Open-air museums. Finally, the chocolate museums focus on workshops, chocolate history and gastronomy. Each of these phases offers an enriching experience for visitors in search of discovery and wonder.

What are the main museums to visit in Alsace?

In Alsace, visitors can discover a rich diversity of fascinating museums. Among the must-sees is Mulhouse's famous Musée de l'Automobile, with its remarkable collection of vintage cars emblematic of the history of the automobile. In Colmar, the Musée Unterlinden offers a unique artistic experience with its precious works of art, including the Issenheim Altarpiece. For an immersion into the mystical world of voodoo, the Château Vodou in Strasbourg is a captivating place to visit.

Do museums offer guided tours or audio guides?

Many museums in Alsace offer guided tours to enrich the visitor experience. For example, at the Musée des Eaux de Vie, you can enjoy an exciting guided tour to learn more about the distillation of the region's iconic spirits. At the Champ de Bataille du Linge, knowledgeable guides will tell you the harrowing story of the First World War. The Maison du Pays Welche also offers guided tours of the region's cultural heritage. These tours give visitors a better understanding of the museum's collections and themes, while offering detailed information and interesting anecdotes. For those who prefer a more autonomous exploration, some museums also offer audio guides for discovery at their own pace.

What are the most interesting historical museums to visit in Alsace?

The most interesting historical museums to visit in Alsace relate to the First and Second World Wars. The Maginot Line, a vast network of fortifications built after the First World War, offers a fascinating insight into French defense before the Second World War. Fortifications open to the public, such as Fort de Schoenenbourg, reveal the history of this strategic defense line.

The Mémorial de l'Alsace-Moselle, located in Schirmeck, is a museum dedicated to the tumultuous history of Alsace and Moselle, regions that have been successively German and French throughout history. The museum retraces the key events of these regions through collections of objects, photographs and eyewitness accounts.

The Musée Mémorial du Linge, located in Orbey, is another must-see site. It commemorates the deadly confrontations that took place on the Linge battlefield during the First World War. This museum is dedicated to the duty of remembrance and the preservation of the region's historical heritage.

These museums offer captivating and educational experiences, enabling visitors to better understand the history of Alsace and remember the significant events that have shaped the region.

What open-air museums are there in Alsace?

Alsace is home to a must-see open-air museum: the Écomusée d'Alsace. Located in Ungersheim, this open-air ecomuseum offers a unique, immersive experience of traditional rural life in the region. On a vast 25-hectare site, you can discover over 70 period houses and buildings, carefully reconstructed to represent everyday Alsatian life in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Écomusée d'Alsace also offers craft demonstrations, interactive workshops and themed events to immerse you in Alsatian history and traditions. You can meet craftsmen at work, watch demonstrations of ancient trades and take part in fun activities for the whole family.

When you visit the Écomusée d'Alsace, you'll have the opportunity to discover Alsace's cultural, architectural and craft heritage, as well as its rich traditions. It's an immersive experience that transports you into the past, and lets you discover the way of life and customs of yesteryear in this beautiful region.

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