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Current exhibitions

Exhibition: the Book of Kells revisited

 Eglise St Joseph

Exhibition - Colour, glory and beauty.

 Musée Unterlinden

Exhibition: the making of statues

 Bartholdi Museum
jusqu'au 31 décembre

Exposition Jouer est un art : les réserves se dévoilent

 Musée du jouet

Exhibition - Coucou by Hermine Anthoine

 Espace d'art contemporain André Malraux

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Museums of Colmar

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Museum of Alsatian vineyards and wine

It is in the outbuildings of the castle of the Saint-Etienne wine brotherhood in Kientzheim that the museum of the vineyard and wines of Alsace is located. Located in the heart of the Alsatian vineyard, it will introduce visitors to the...

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Historical museum


Historical museum

The historical museum of Kaysersberg is located on the second floor of one of the two patrician houses, representative of the urban civil architecture in Alsace at the beginning of the 16th century. It is a visit not to be missed if you like...

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Museum of Woodworking and Heritage

Also known as "The Authentic Museum", the woodworking and heritage space has been staffed since the year 2000 by passionate volunteers who are ready to show visitors vintage machinery and the beginning of mechanization. Several times a day, guides...

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Musée des eaux de vie

The museum opened its doors to the public in 1986 in the building of the former coaching inn dating from 1832, and is ranked the 30th most visited site in Alsace. On display are old cellar equipment such as zesting machines, corking machines, bottle...

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Schlitte and Woodworking Museum

The Munster valley honors the old schlitteers and their hard work transporting logs and firewood. Schlittage, a practice that was still common in the Vosges in the last century but has now disappeared, is being revived thanks to the work of the...

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The Linge Memorial museum

The Linge is one of the most important places of the battle of the Hautes-Vosges during the First World War. Nearly 20,000 French and German soldiers were killed, wounded or missing. The well-preserved German defense system can still be seen today...