You have several options to get the Pass'Alsace. If you want to organise your holiday in Alsace before coming, the pass is available on our online shop and you can receive it by mail in 3 working days (for France) or withdraw it in one of the withdrawal points. You can also opt for the 100% dematerialized version, available almost instantly on your inbox.
You can also buy it when you arrive in Alsace at one of our point of sale. You can find the list of points of sale on site below. By clicking on a seller, you will be able to access his description sheet (with practical information, schedules, contact details, etc.).
The Distiller's House, first whisky and spirits museum in Alsace, has been opened by the Meyer Family, distillers since 1958, to share their passion of distillation.
The valley of Villé, the Alsace, its gastronomy and its distillers are being honored.
Explanatory panels, videos aud multimedia tools are guiding you through an olfactive tour. You will discover all about the art of distillery, learning everything about how alambics work and alcohols are aged.
And to end joyfully, spirits, likors and whiskies are to be tasted.
Discover also many alsacian delicacies selected for you.
Visiting the Four-à-Chaux enables you to understand the history of the Maginot Line. The guided tour takes you on a journey through time and plunges the visitor 25 metres underground, to discover the period installations still in place.
The François Schneider Foundation is a unique institution in Europe due to its theme as well as its work to publicise and support contemporary talents.
Founded in 2013 in a former spa resort in the Alsatian village of Wattwiller, the Centre d'Art Contemporain offers visitors over 2,500m2 of exhibition space dedicated to the theme of water. A former bottling workshop transformed and expanded to become an art gallery, its architecture is bright and transparent. The building also boasts a panoramic terrace, a bookstore, a café and an auditorium.
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.