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Adolph House 

Built around 1350, this house is considered to be one of the oldest in Colmar. It owns its name to the Adolph family, who removed the gothic picture windows at the end of the 19th century. Those picture windows, from the late 14th century, show with...

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Bartholdi Museum 

Located since 1922 in the house where the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi was born (Colmar 1834 - Paris 1904), the Bartholdi museum is entirely dedicated to presenting the artist's work. Family furniture, personal souvenirs, models, drawings, paintings,...

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Choco-Story - Chocolate Museum 

Right in central Colmar, discover the new Chocolate museum and take part to an interactive and immersive walk, with a recreational and educational tour, free samples to taste (all you can eat !), and much more… An original and exciting experience...

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Court of Appeal 

Intended for the Oberlandesgericht or High Tribunal of Reichsland, which was too cramped in the palace of the Sovereign Council, this building was inaugurated in 1906. The construction started in May 1902 on the former site of the experimental...

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Espace d'art contemporain ANDRE MALRAUX 

Installed since 1996 in the old sauerkraut Fischer factory of rue Rapp, in the heart of old-Colmar, the Espace d'Art Contemporain André Malraux offers each year 5 free exhibitions where you can discover an artist or a presentation of the work of...

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Espace Lézard 

Lézard is a non-profit cultural association who offers throughout the year: exhibitions of contemporary art at the Espace Lézard The program is available on their website.

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Former Protestant presbytery (House of arcades) 

Albert Schmidt, also architect of the house called the House of the St. John's Knights (1608) and The House of Heads (1609) is the author of this building on the Grand Rue, which was built in 1606. Built in a German Renaissance style, the building...

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Former St John's commanderie 

The St John’s Knights of Jerusalem founded a first hospital in the late 12th century. Attacked by the local clergy who saw a form of competition, the St. John’s Knights asserted themselves only in 1227 thanks to the support of the Pope Grégory...

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Galerie Audet 

Art collectors for over 40 years, located in Colmar, the gallery presents during its exhibitions: reknowned painters and sculptors, emerging artists, artists long-term support and national and international fairs. Participation in many international...

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Galerie Murmure 

The gallery Murmure wants to promote modern and contemporary creation in all his form: painting, engraving, sculpture, ceramics, photography... Through the exibitions it organizes, it seeks to present works by emerging and etablished artists. The...

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House of Heads 

Built in 1609 for the shopkeeper Anton Burger, the house of heads is attributed to the architect Albert Schmidt, who also made the former protestant presbytery and the house of the St. John's Knights. The house of heads, a fine building dating from...

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Koifhus 

The Koïfhus or the former customs house had a strategic place at the confluence of the Grand’Rue and the rue des Marchands, two of the major roads in the medieval city. Imagined since 1433, the construction of the current building was ended in...

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Little Venice 

The « little Venice » is the name given to the course of the Lauch in Colmar. This name probably came from the original line of the houses on both sides of the river, which serves the southeast of the city. This district starts behind the...

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Museum of the municipal factories 

Located on the site of the former water pumping station for the Colmar basin, this 1884 builded museum preserves the industrial heritage linked to the activities of the city factories (drinking water, gas lighting, electric power and public...

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Museum of the Municipal Factories 

The Museum of Municipal Factories has preserved the industrial heritage associated with the activities of Municipal Plants, water, lighting, gas, electricity and public transport. Entering the building of 1884, the visitor is propelled to centuries...

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Natural history and ethnography Museum 

At the heart of the Little Venice district, in a beautiful historic building, the Colmar Museum of Natural History and Ethnography presents rich collections of regional and exotic naturalized animals, the geology of the planet with precious...

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Parc du Champ de Mars 

Biggest park of the city center, the Champ de Mars is a privileged place for walking lined with 193 lindens. In the alleys, do not miss the two statues of Bartholdi, General Rapp and Fontaine Bruat.

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Parc Méquillet 

Old public garden intended for families with children on 5 acres fully enclosed with many games on the theme of the circus.

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Parc Saint-François-Xavier 

Green area of 10 ares, very dense and shaded by magnificent trees : weeping beech, bald cypress, ginkgo biloba and Sequoia gigantea. There is also a playground and a picturesque house of Alsace in the middle of wild vegetation.



Tourist Office of Colmar and its region

 Place Unterlinden
68000 COLMAR - FRANCE

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OPENING HOURS

From Monday to Saturday


02/01 > 31/03: 09:00 - 17:00

01/04 > 31/12:  09:00 – 18:00

Sundays and Bank holidays

10 :00 – 13 :00

Good Friday & Sundays during Christmas markets

  10 :00 – 13 :00 & 14:00 – 17:00

25th December: 14:00 – 17:00
1st January: Closed

 

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