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.).
A new way to discover and play with our patrimony! In order to make sense of a territory, you have to take into account the local natural resources and observe how men exploited and worked on them to live, to build, to produce and to create.
Works from world-renowned artists are displayed over more than 1200 m² in the cool interior of the ramparts of Neuf-Brisach’s Vauban citadel and on the walls of the Street Art museum MAUSA Vauban.
In the fresh, inside the ramparts of the Vauban citadel of Neuf-Brisach, and on the walls of the MAUSA Vauban, it is not less than 1200 m2 that have invested artists of international renown.On the program, discover the portrait of Vauban realized by the stencil of the great men of the Pantheon C215, the frescoes of Seth the globe-painter, the great white bodies of Jérôme Mesnager, the child of Colmar, the immersive installations of Denis Meyers and Levalet, the Lascaux of the subway graffiti artist Nasty, the Marilyn Monroe of Pure Evil, the XXL photographs of Joseph Ford and the chapel of Guy Denning ...
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.
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.