Where to buy the Pass'Alsace : points of sale

List of Pass'Alsace points of sale

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.).

Maison Rurale de l'Outre-Forêt

KUTZENHAUSEN

The visit of this traditional farmhouse, along with craftmen’s workshops, a dairy and even a classroom, is an invitation to discover rural life, popular arts and traditions of the early 20th century.

Read more

MMPark - Collection dedicated to the 2nd World War

La Wantzenau

12 km from Strasbourg, in a surface area of more than 7,000 sq. metres, this exhibition, one of a kind in Europe, presents a huge collection dedicated to the Second World War and the main warring parties: hundreds of mannequins, armoured vehicles, lorries, light vehicles and motorcycles, personal items, an aeroplane, a German E-boat floating in water, etc. The secret services of Free France are also presented through the Sussex Plan collection.

Read more

Musée archéologique

STRASBOURG

Established in the late 19th c, in the Rohan Palace's, the Archeological Museum is one of the richest "National Antiquities" Museums in France, One is invited to discover the oldest details concerning Alsatian history, from Prehistory to the dawn of the Middle Ages.

Read more

Musée de l'Œuvre Notre Dame

STRASBOURG

One of the finest collection of medieval works in France. Located at the foot of the Cathedral, this charming Museum owns one of the finest collections of medieval art in France, and even in Europe.

Read more

Musée des Arts décoratifs

STRASBOURG

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.

Read more

Musée des Beaux Arts

STRASBOURG

A walk through paintings, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. The Fine Arts Museum was founded in 1880.

Read more

Buy your dematerialized Pass online and use it immediately !

Buy the pass