Situated at the extremity of the path linking the Lorraine plateau to the plain of Alsace, the town of Saverne has been a thoroughfare and passageway ever since the times of the Romans. Strategically positioned as a point of defence against invasion into Alsace, several fortified castles were erected on its territory during the Midlle Ages. The Rohan Castle Museum exhibits a superb collection of archaelogical items - dating back to Gallo-Roman and medieval times - discovered in and around Saverne.
Place du Général de Gaulle
Château des Rohan
Temporary exhibitions are regularly held there.
Possibility of visiting the gazebo (on request, only in the afternoon and in good weather conditions) with the Pass'Alsace: discover this unusual place overlooking landscapes and monuments by means of orientation tables and short historical comments.
The Rohan Castle Museum features rich archaeological collections of Gallo-Roman and medieval objects discovered in and around Saverne. The museum has three sections: art and history, Louise Weiss and archaeology.
Temporary exhibitions are regularly offered there. Possibility to visit the museum and access the castle roof, the gazebo (on request, only in the afternoon and good weather conditions).
Thematic of the place
Public priceAdulte : €5.00
Enfant : Free
Price with the passAdulte : Free
Enfant : Free