The Hartmannswillerkopf Franco-German Historial of the Great War will open on Thursday, 3 August 2017. It is a multifaceted tool, having both historical and a tourist elements, as well as being a memorial, and above all an educational resource. The Historial offers a broad view of events during the 1st World War, nevertheless leaving centre stage to Hartmannswillerkopf – Vieil Armand, in order to act as a link with the site and the neighbouring national monument and to enable visitors to understand it better. The “Living in Wartime - People in the War” exhibition created by the Haut-Rhin Departmental Archives and the General State Archive - Karlsruhe will be available to view throughout the 2017 season in the dedicated space for seasonal exhibitions.
€6.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!
The authentic memorial place at the synagogue of Bouxwiller is a jewel of the cultural history of Alsatian Jews. A didactic tour invites visitors to learn about their everyday life, professions, celebrations, rituals, language…
€7.00 (child €3.00) Free with the Pass!
Situated at the extremity of the path linking the Lorraine plateau to the plain of Alsace, the town of Saverne has been a thoroughfare and passageway ever since the times of the Romans. Strategically positioned as a point of defence against invasion into Alsace, several fortified castles were erected on its territory during the Midlle Ages. The Rohan Castle Museum exhibits a superb collection of archaelogical items - dating back to Gallo-Roman and medieval times - discovered in and around Saverne.
€4.50 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!