List of sites to visit

Museum of the battle of 6 August 1870

Woerth

This museum is entirely dedicated to the battle waged on the day of 6 August 1870. Recorded in history as the "Battle of Reichshoffen", it was in truth the battle of Froeschwiller for the french army and the battle of Woerth for the prussian army. Found on the battlefield, the majority of the items exhibited testify to France's painful past. A diorame of more than 4,000 tin figurines captures a moment in the battle in which so many courageous combatants gave good account of themselves. Though the documents, pictures and postcards... produced for the purposes of remembrance tourism, form an interesting part of the collection, the firearms, the bladed weapons, the uniforms, the helmets, the caps, the tools and the items necessary to the life of a soldier, form the lion's share.

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€5.00 (Child €0.00) Free with the Pass!

NaturOparC

HUNAWIHR

Situated in the heart of alsacian vineyards, the Nature-Park welcome you in a beautiful 5 ha wildlifpark. Listen to the 200 free storks, dive with the otters thanks to the glass tunnel discover the common hamster…

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€11.00 (Child €8.00) Free with the Pass!

One City Tours

STRASBOURG

Discover Geocaching : the modern treasure hunt. Take a bike and set off to find hidden objects all around Strasbourg. 4 hours with Pass’Alsace.

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€15.00 (Child €15.00) Free with the Pass!

Palais Rohan

STRASBOURG

Le Palais Rohan de Strasbourg a été construit de 1732 à 1742 d’après les plans de Robert de Cotte, Premier architecte du Roi, pour le cardinal Armand-Gaston de Rohan-Soubise, prince-évêque de Strasbourg. Conçu sur le modèle des grands hôtels parisiens, le palais épiscopal de Strasbourg est l’une des plus belles réalisations architecturales du XVIIIe siècle français tant par l’élévation noble et classique de ses façades que par ses somptueux décors intérieurs. Construite, décorée et meublée en l’espace de dix années, cette fastueuse demeure, restée quasiment inchangée depuis son édification, se distingue par son exceptionnelle unité de style. Le musée des Beaux-Arts de la ville s’y installe en 1889, suivi par le musée Archéologique en 1913 et celui des Arts décoratifs en 1924.

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€6.50 (Child €0.00) Free with the Pass!

Pixel Museum

Schiltigheim

The museum of video games, connected leisure and video game art. - Discover the history of video games - Play and replay the classics of the last forty years - Try the latest games and independent games - Participate in workshops and events regularly And much more

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€9.00 (Child €7.00) Free with the Pass!

Strasbourg Alsatian Museum - Musée alsacien de Strasbourg

STRASBOURG

The Alsatian Museum was founded in 1907. Located in 3 former houses in Strasbourg, linked by a maze of stairways and connecting passages, the museum displays over 5,000 artefacts witnessing the daily life of Alsatians in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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€6.50 (Child €0.00) Free with the Pass!

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