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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 2024 !

Think of the dematerialized Pass'Alsace !

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.


Museum of Decorative Arts


The Museum of Decorative Arts is housed on the ground floor of the Rohan Palace. The prestigious palace of the cardinals of Rohan and the arts in Strasbourg in the 18th and 19th centuries, with the famous Hannong earthenware dishes.


Museum of Fine Arts


The Palais Rohan de Strasbourg was built between 1732 and1742 to plans by Robert de Cotte, Principal Architect to the King, for Cardinal Armand-Gaston de Rohan-Soubise, Prince-Bishop of Strasbourg. Designed to resemble one of the great Parisian mansi ...


Luggage Museum


Since 2016, the former Banque de France of the city has been home to the collection of over 200 trunks and luggage belonging to Marie and Jean-Philippe Rolland. The couple from Haguenay have patiently and passionately assembled and restored suitcases ...


The Rohan Castle Museum


The Saverne Museum is the oldest municipal museum in Alsace after those in Strasbourg and Colmar. In creating a museum in 1858, the city of Saverne expressed its interest and desire to preserve in a historical place "objects that bear witness to the  ...


Toy Museum


On March 12, 1985, Georges Trincot, an artist from Colmar and collector of antique toys, and Pierre Patoor, set up the Musée Animé du Jouet et des Petits Trains (MAJEPT) association. Their objective was to encourage the exhibiting of toys (trains min ...


Gingerbread and alsatian folk art Museum


The Gingerbread Museum is the result of over 50 years of collecting by Michel Habsiger. In the old 18th century barn, more than 10,000 objects are exhibited on 350m², retracing the history of gingerbread and other sweets of the past, as well as all s ...

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