Rohan palace

The Rohan Palace in Strasbourg was built from 1732 to 1742 according to plans by Robert de Cotte, First Architect to the King, for Cardinal Armand-Gaston de Rohan-Soubise, Prince-Bishop of Strasbourg. Designed on the model of the great Parisian hotels, the Episcopal Palace of Strasbourg is one of the most beautiful architectural achievements of the French 18th century, both for the noble and classical elevation of its facades and for its sumptuous interior decorations. Built, decorated and furnished in the space of ten years, this sumptuous residence, which has remained almost unchanged since its construction, is distinguished by its exceptional unity of style. The city's Fine Arts Museum moved there in 1889, followed by the Archaeological Museum in 1913 and the Decorative Arts Museum in 1924.

2 - 5, Place du Château

03 68 98 51 60

Visit to the Museums of the City of Strasbourg

Museums With your Pass'Alsace, you can visit 3 of the 9 museums in the City of Strasbourg (Alsatian, Archaeological, Decorative Arts, Fine Arts, Historical, Tomi Ungerer, Oeuvre Notre Dame and Zoological Museum). 3 visits are included in each Pass!
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Kid : Free
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Kid : Free

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