Discover Alsace, its history and its heritage with activities open to all.
CHATEAU DU HAUT-KOENIGSBOURG
❤️ For children
Built in the 12th century, Haut-Koenigsbourg castle overlooks the plain of Alsace. This castle, restored and inaugurated in 1908, offers you a unique immersion in the medieval world. The site offers different types of visits, from the unusual to the theatrical. Allow half a day to make the most of the site.
To preserve, enhance and pass on our heritage and our traditions, the Ecomuseum offers an exceptional and unique site in Alsace. This museum, unlike any other, will arouse the curiosity of the youngest. The buildings, formerly threatened in their original site, have been rebuilt identically to the ecomuseum to preserve this architectural know-how. Bring good shoes and an umbrella in case of bad weather.
CHEMIN DE FER TOURISTIQUE – VOLGELSHEIM
In an old train with open platforms, cross the Ried Alsacien then board a boat for a trip on the Rhine. Return to earth where the early 20th century locomotive will take you back to your starting point. This excursion is ideal for enthusiasts, the curious and photographers.
LA CITE DU TRAIN
❤️ For children
It is the largest railway museum in Europe. Come and discover more than 150 rolling stock from the SNCF Heritage collection. Along a show route, you can explore the locomotives and wagons on display in large hangars.
LA CITE DE L’AUTOMOBILE
Come and discover the largest car collection in the world, the fabulous Schlumpf collection: more than 400 exceptional cars, including the famous Bugatti Royale. Audioguided visit. Events on summer weekends.
VERRERIE D’ART DE KAYSERSBERG
falling for something
Founded in 2002 in the heart of the Alsatian vineyard, the artisanal glassworks of Kaysersberg symbolizes the continuity of an ancestral know-how that has become increasingly rare today: “mouth-blown, handmade” glass. Come and discover the gathering of molten glass taken out of a 1200°C furnace and admire the work of the master glassmakers. Free admission.