Nine centuries of history. Towering at almost 800m, Haut-Koenigsbourg boasts an exceptional panoramic view. From the Grand Bastion, you can see the Alsace plain, the Vosges, the Black Forest and on a clear day, the Alps…
€9.00 (child €5.00) Free with the Pass!
Built between 1900 and 1905 in a Neo-Renaissance style, the museum houses collections that illustrate the history of the town and surrounding region, from prehistory up until modern times. A rich archaeological collection from the Bronze and Iron Ages provides information on a culture that flourished in the Forest of Haguenau. It also contains exceptional objects from the Gallo-Roman period, such as the Roman Legionnaire’s helmet. Several rooms are dedicated to the history of the town since it was founded in the 12th century. A collection of faience is a reminder that the Hannong family of ceramicists stayed in the town. The museum also has a beautiful collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco glassware.
€4.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!
Built on a mountain summit, Hohlandsbourg Castle offers a magnificent all-round panorama over the plain of Alsace and the Vosges Mountains. This garrison stronghold built in the 13th century was the seat of the Lords of Habsburg. Measuring 100 m long and 60 m wide, this is the largest fortified castle in Alsace. A special itinerary provides a picture of and helps to understand the history, organisation and place of the castle, from the very first Bronze Age site to the contemporary epoch. Visit, exhibition, workshops, events, catering, shop, space rental. Open from the 1st Saturday in April to the 2nd Sunday in November. Find us on our website : www.chateau-hohlandsbourg.com
€9.50 (child €7.50) Free with the Pass!
Discover rare treasures of the Renaissance in a museum in the heart of Alsace ! The Bibliothèque Humaniste offers you a tour among medieval manuscripts and unique printed books from the 16th and 17th centuries.
€6.00 (child €4.00) Free with the Pass!
Supported with great enthusiasm by the region's bakers, this house is designed to inform visitors about bread in all its diverse forms and thus also to promote the bakers' trade. Installed in the former bakers' guildhouse of 1522, the Breadhouse exhibits an interesting range of historical artefacts. Bread is the first processed food envisaged by man, after countless generations had merely plucked the grains. One section of the museum presents the history of bread and wheat in our region and throughout world, the various baking methods, the artefacts and the machines. The introduction to the modern bakery of this day and age begins here. The hub of the house is the baking room, a hands-on workshop where visitors are permitted to knead the dough
€5.00 (child €4.00) Free with the Pass!