48-hour MiniPass

Ideal for a short stay in Alsace !

The Pass'Alsace is the ideal tourist pass to enjoy tourism in Alsace, a very good tip : you get free entry to each of the 55 partner tourist sites included in the Pass (only one per site and per pass). The 48-hour MiniPass is really designed for lovers of weekend getaways and is valid for 48 hours.

How does the 48-hour MiniPass work?

The MiniPass is valid for 48 consecutive hours. For example, for a 48-hour MiniPass, if you scan it for the first time at 2pm on Friday, it will be valid until 1.59pm on Sunday. It can therefore overlap 3 days.

Price 2020

  Adult Child
48-hour MiniPass  35€ 22€
option Batorama 5€ 5€

What to see in Alsace with the 48-hour MiniPass?

Each MiniPass provides free access to 55 Alsatian tourist sites (from North to South), the 2020 list:

1. Fleckenstein Castle in Lembach
2. Fleckenstein, the Castle of Challenges in Lembach
3. The Four à Chaux fortress - Maginot line in Lembach
4. Lalique Museum in Wingen-sur-Moder
5. Crystal Museum in Saint-Louis
6. Museum of the battle of 6 August 1870 in Woerth
7. The Oil Museum in Merkwiller-Pechelbronn
8. Maison Rurale de l'Outre-Forêt in Kutzenhausen
9. Lichtenberg Castle
10. Hanau Museum in Bouxwiller
11. The Jewish Alsatian Museum in Bouxwiller
12. Troglodyte Houses in Graufthal
13. Alsatian Museum in Haguenau
14. Luggage Museum in Haguenau
15. Historical Museum in Haguenau
16. The Rohan Castle Museum in Saverne
17. Villa Meteor in Hochfelden
18. MMPark - Collection dedicated to the 2nd World War in La Wantzenau
19. to 27. Museums of Strasbourg (3 museums of your choice)
28. One City Tours in Strasbourg (bike rental and geocaching)
29. Le Vaisseau in Strasbourg
30. The Musée Les Secrets du Chocolat in Geispolsheim
31. The Alsace-Moselle Memorial in Schirmeck
32. Gingerbread and alsatian folk art Museum in Gertwiller
33. Funny-World in Kappel-Grafenhausen (Germany)
34. Les Ateliers de la Seigneurie in Andlau
35. The alsacien whisky and spirits museum in Châtenois
36. Eagle Park in Kintzheim
37. Monkey mountain in Kintzheim
38. Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle in Orschwiller
39. Cigoland - Storks and leisure park in Kintzheim
40. La Maison du Pain d’Alsace (Bread House) in Sélestat
41. Humanist library - The Bibliothèque Humaniste in Sélestat
42. Tellure, silver mine in Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines
43. NaturOparC in Hunawihr
44. Hohlandsbourg Castle
45. Wood Museum in Labaroche
46. Toy Museum in Colmar 
47. The Hansi Village and its Museum in Colmar
48. Écomusée d'Alsace in Ungersheim
49. The Hartmannswillerkopf Franco-German Historial of World War 1 in Wattwiller
50. The François Schneider Foundation : contemporary art centre in Wattwiller
51. Wesserling Park - Textile Museum in Wesserling
52. Wallpaper museum in Rixheim
53. Musée Electropolis in Mulhouse
54. Zoological and Botanical Garden in Mulhouse
55. Firefighters’ Museum in Vieux-Ferrette

Suggestion of a typical day of visit with the 48-hour MiniPass

What can you do if you go to the centre of Alsace for example for a short stay or a long weekend in Alsace with your family or friends?

Without 48-hour MiniPass With 48-hour MiniPass
Monkey Mountain (9,50€) Monkey Mountain (0€)
Eagle Park (10€) Eagle Park (0€)
Tellure (12,50€) Tellure (0€)
Hohlandsbourg Castle (9,50€) Hohlandsbourg Castle (0€)
Bibliothèque Humaniste (6€) Bibliothèque Humaniste (0€)
5 activities
Without 48-hour MiniPass : 47,50€
5 activities
With 48-hour MiniPass : 35€

The Batorama option with the 48-hour MiniPass

Do you come to visit Strasbourg during your weekend in Alsace? Then do not forget to select the Batorama option (+5€) ! A guided tour in a tourist boat will make you discover the history of the city. For Batorama, it is necessary to show up during the validity of the Pass'Alsace at the shop in the city centre of Strasbourg, in front of the Cathedral, to validate your slot. You can also book your slot by phone on + 33 (0)3 69 74 44 04.

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