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With your Pass'Alsace, enter the parks, museums and castles of Alsace for free. You have 24 hours, 48 hours, 3 or 5 days (over 14 days) to make your outings and visits, depending on the Pass you have chosen. An ideal formula to enjoy your weekend with your family (activities with children, animal parks...) or to visit the region and its must-see attractions with your friends and family for a holiday in Alsace! A real good deal! Think of the Pass'Alsace for your next holidays in Alsace in 2023 !

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The Pass'Alsace exists in 100% dematerialized form! You can order it on the online shop by specifying that you choose your mobile phone as a support and you will receive it by return in the form of a QR Code that you can present to enter all the sites of the Pass'Alsace network.




The Unterlinden Museum is housed in the former Dominican convent of Unterlinden, founded in the 13th century. An important monastic complex in the 14th and 15th centuries, the convent became a centre of Christian mysticism in the Rhine Valley. Aft...

Parks and wildlife parks

Monkey Mountain


La Montagne des Singes is also a research centre. Ever since 1972 scientists have been conducting studies in the park, focusing on the social behaviour of Barbary macaques.

Parks and wildlife parks

Eagle Park


A commanding view of the Alsace plain. On the western edge of the foothills of the Vosges, Kintzheim castle stands on a small rocky outcrop that looks down onto two valleys lying to the north and south. Its elevation is 260 m. This hill is about 1...


Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle


Built in the 12th century, the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle has for centuries been the witness to conflicts and rivalries between lords, kings and emperors. The castle has had a succession of illustrious owners who have left their mark on its history,...

Heritage tourism

Alsace-Moselle Memorial


The building of an historical interpretation centre telling the story of the people of Alsace and Moselle was the resultat of an initiative of Jean Pierre Masseret, then Secretary of State of Former Soldiers and War Victims, and supported by regio...


Alsatian Museum in Haguenau


The building, which was partially remodelled in the 19th century, was built around 1486 and served as the chancellery of the former Free City of Haguenau until 1790. The building was originally built with gables. The six medieval brackets on the b...

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