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Overview Location: Strasbourg, France
Itinerary

Day 1: Tour duration : 1 to 3 days

Stop At: Musee Alsacien, 23 - 25 Quai St-Nicolas, 67076, Strasbourg France
The Alsatian Museum was founded in 1907. Located in 3 former houses in Strasbourg, linked by a maze of stairways and connecting passages, the museum displays over 5,000 artefacts witnessing the daily life of Alsatians in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Chateau du Haut Koenigsbourg, D159, 67600 Orschwiller France
Built on a mountain summit, Hohlandsbourg Castle offers a magnificent all-round panorama over the plain of Alsace and the Vosges Mountains. This garrison stronghold built in the 13th century was the seat of the Lords of Habsburg. Measuring 100 m long and 60 m wide, this is the largest fortified castle in Alsace. A special itinerary provides a picture of and helps to understand the history, organisation and place of the castle, from the very first Bronze Age site to the contemporary epoch. Visit, exhibition, workshops, events, catering, shop, space rental.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Chateau du Hohlandsbourg, Route des Cinq Chateaux 68920 - Wintzenheim, Eguisheim France
Built on a mountain summit, Hohlandsbourg Castle offers a magnificent all-round panorama over the plain of Alsace and the Vosges Mountains. This garrison stronghold built in the 13th century was the seat of the Lords of Habsburg. Measuring 100 m long and 60 m wide, this is the largest fortified castle in Alsace. A special itinerary provides a picture of and helps to understand the history, organisation and place of the castle, from the very first Bronze Age site to the contemporary epoch. Visit, exhibition, workshops, events, catering, shop, space rental.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Musee du Papier Peint, 28 rue Zuber, 68171 Rixheim France
Do you feel like walking in a mythological setting? Or should it be romantic or even military? 200 year precious old wallpapers, the machinery to manufacture them and archives will introduce you to a world that you thought you know.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: La Volerie des aigles, Chateau de Kintzheim, 67600 Kintzheim France
Eagle Mountain in Kintzheim offers a fascinating, impressive spectacle: the greatest birds of prey in the world freely flying against a backdrop of the ruins of Kintzheim Castle. Opening times: for seasonal variations see our website
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: La montagne des singes, La Wick, 67600 Kintzheim France
Experience this unique opportunity to visit 'La Montagne des Singes' an exciting walk amongst more than 200 free roaming Barbary macaques! You will be astonished to see how well you can observe the monkeys. The monkeys do not hesitate to take the popcorn (given to you at the entrance) out of your hand.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Cigoland - Parc des Cigognes et Attractions, Route de Selestat D159, 67600 Kintzheim France
Instead of extreme thrill rides, Cigoland park offers activities that cater better for smaller children (ages 2 to 12) and their parents or grandparents, while making them more aware of the special ecosystem of central Alsace.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Musee Lalique, Rue du Hochberg, 67290 Wingen-sur-Moder France
Situated in the village where René Lalique founded his factory in 1921, the museum has an extraordinary display of Lalique’s creations, focusing mainly on glass.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Chateau Fort de Fleckenstein, Lieu-Dit Fleckenstein, 67510 Lembach France
A witness to nine centuries of European history set on a great red sandstone rock. Fleckenstein is an imposing Castle standing proud on a rocky outcrop 100 m long at 338m above sea level.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Chateau de Lichtenberg, 67340 Lichtenberg France
It was in the 13th century that really Lichtenberg family built this Castle on a hill at an altitude of 400 m. The site was a strategic place when Vauban decided to reinforce it to make it one of the key points in the Northern Vosges defence system. The Castle has a troubled history being overwhelmed by Louis XIV's troops at the time Alsace was annexed to France and bombarded by the German army in 1870. However, the ruins of the fortress are among the most beautiful in the region. The 16th-century Gothic-style chapel is particularly worth a visit. The marble mausoleum is one of the most beautiful in Renaissance Alsace. A monumental stairway leads you up to the tops of the towers. From here, you can catch a glimpse of the spire of Strasbourg Cathedral.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Parc Zoologique & Botanique de Mulhouse, 111 av de la 1ere Division Blindee, 68100 Mulhouse France
The Écomusée is the largest living, open-air museum in France: explore an early 20th century Alsatian village, with its streets, buildings, gardens and fields. Traditional village festivities, daily events and demonstrations take place in the village throughout the year.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Ecomusee d'Alsace, Chemin du Grosswald, 68190 Ungersheim France
The Écomusée is the largest living, open-air museum in France: explore an early 20th century Alsatian village, with its streets, buildings, gardens and fields. Traditional village festivities, daily events and demonstrations take place in the village throughout the year.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Musee du Verre et du Cristal, 1 Place Robert Schumann, 57960 Meisenthal France
The Meisenthal glass-making site now reconverted, combines glass memories and glasswork demonstration.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Crystal Museum Saint-Louis, Rue Coetlosquet, 57620 Saint Louis-les-Bitche France
The French oil Museum presents the history of the first oil exploitation site in Europe until the closure of the refinery in 1970.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Francais du Petrole, 4 rue de l Ecole, 67250 Merkwiller-Pechelbronn France
The French oil Museum presents the history of the first oil exploitation site in Europe until the closure of the refinery in 1970.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee du Jouet, 40 rue Vauban, 68000, Colmar France
A World of Toys - Located in a former cinema, the Toy Museum ‘Musée du Jouet’ welcomes young and old in the heart of Colmar’s city-centre. Old teddy-bears to the first Barbie© dolls to video games, Playmobil®, miniatures, robots or little trains, the toys and games exhibited come from all over the world and belong to numerous generations of children. Large-size board games, puppet shows, automatons and video game consoles… you’ll enjoy this lively and fun museum visit !
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Historique de Haguenau, 9 rue du Marechal Foch, 67500 Haguenau France
Built between 1900 and 1905 in a Neo-Renaissance style, the museum houses collections that illustrate the history of the town and surrounding region, from prehistory up until modern times. A rich archaeological collection from the Bronze and Iron Ages provides information on a culture that flourished in the Forest of Haguenau. It also contains exceptional objects from the Gallo-Roman period, such as the Roman Legionnaire’s helmet. Several rooms are dedicated to the history of the town since it was founded in the 12th century. A collection of faience is a reminder that the Hannong family of ceramicists stayed in the town. The museum also has a beautiful collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco glassware.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee du Bagage, 5 rue Saint-Georges, 67500 Haguenau France
The "new version" of the Luggage Museum has opened its doors in the former Banque de France building in the rue Saint-Georges in Haguenau. In the completely renovated premises a selection of exceptional trunks and suitcases is displayed in a cosy and cultivated ambience. The exhibition invites visitors to embark on a voyage of discovery through changing modes of transport and reasons for travelling and looks at the extent to which luggage represents "a small piece of home" when conquering the world.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Electropolis, 55 rue du Paturage, 68200 Mulhouse France
Experience the extraordinary human, technical and industrial adventure of electricity in this modern museum that’s accessible to everyone. Explore the history of electricity from Antiquity to the present day through an original presentation that includes activities and experiments…
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Bibliotheque Humaniste, 1, place Dr. Maurice Kubler, 67600, Selestat France
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Humanist library - Bibliothèque Humaniste

Discover rare treasures of the Renaissance in a museum in the heart of Alsace ! The Bibliothèque Humaniste offers you a tour among medieval manuscripts and unique printed books from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Memorial Alsace-Moselle, Allee du Souvenir Francais Lieu dit du Chaufour, 67130 Schirmeck France
Let you go in the heart of a historic and interactive course in the meanders of the fate of a region border, Alsace-Moselle of 1870 in our days, with a particular lighting on the World War 2, the totalitarian system and a space dedicated to the French-German reconciliation and building Europe.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Parc de Wesserling- Ecomusee Textile, Rue des Fabriques, 68470 Husseren-Wesserling France
Wesserling Park : a patrimonial, natural and innovating site, devoted to the textile and gardens : Wesserling Park (42.00a) is a unique reminder of the textile industry in Alsace. It is made up of 5 prestigious gardens and a Textile Museum. It also presents a stunning collection of buildings that can be discovered through a heritage trail (outdoor sightseeing) : a castle, factories, mansion houses, farm, generating station...inherited from the former Royal Manufactory. The entire site is listed in the Historic Monuments inventory.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Le Vaisseau, 1 rue Philippe Dollinger, 67027, Strasbourg France
You will travel through 6 worlds with more than 130 interactive elements that children, accompanied by an adult, can touch, test and explore. This science discovery centre will offer you a unique experience, covering the themes of construction, water, the human body, the animal kingdom, mathematics and logic and a 5,000 m² garden. Trilingual exhibition (F, D, EN).
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Maginot Line - Fortress Four-a-Chaux, Road D65 dir. Pfaffenbronn, 67510 Lembach France
Visiting the Four-à-Chaux enables you to understand the history of the Maginot Line. The guided tour takes you on a journey through time and plunges the visitor 25 metres underground, to discover the period installations still in place.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Alsacien, 1 Place Joseph Thierry Même entrée que l'Office de Tourisme, 67500 Haguenau France
A former chancellery dating from the 15th century, this is the most obvious legacy of the former powers of the Imperial city. This is where the archives and treasures of the town were securely stored. The Alsace Museum houses lots of useful and decorative objects which illustrate 19th-century life in the Alsace. One room is reserved for different regional costumes. There is also a reconstruction of a potter’s workshop, alongside a traditional interior with a kitchen and a “Stub” (chamber) equipped with an alcove. The astronomical clock is a copy of one built for Ulm (Germany) in 1581 by Isaac Habrecht of Switzerland.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Lieu dit Tellure, 68160 Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines France
Built on a mining sight whose past heritage is very wealthy, the touristic Park, is an ingenious combination of museum spaces, interactive stages, optical theatre and a visit in an authentic silver mine.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Musee Judeo-Alsacien, 62 A Grand rue, 67330 Bouxwiller France
The authentic memorial place at the synagogue of Bouxwiller is a jewel of the cultural history of Alsatian Jews. A didactic tour invites visitors to learn about their everyday life, professions, celebrations, rituals, language…
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: The Pays de Hanau Museum, 3 Place du Chateau, 67330 Bouxwiller France
Thanks to a subtle and modern museum design, you will discover the history, culture and natural environment of this engaging region which is the Pays de Hanau.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: La Maison du Pain, Rue du Sel, 67600, Selestat France
Supported with great enthusiasm by the region's bakers, this house is designed to inform visitors about bread in all its diverse forms and thus also to promote the bakers' trade. Installed in the former bakers' guildhouse of 1522, the Breadhouse exhibits an interesting range of historical artefacts. Bread is the first processed food envisaged by man, after countless generations had merely plucked the grains. One section of the museum presents the history of bread and wheat in our region and throughout world, the various baking methods, the artefacts and the machines. The introduction to the modern bakery of this day and age begins here. The hub of the house is the baking room, a hands-on workshop where visitors are permitted to knead the dough
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Les Ateliers de la Seigneurie, Place de la Mairie, 67140 Andlau France
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.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Chateau des Rohan, Place du General de Gaulle Centre Ville, 67700 Saverne France
Situated at the extremity of the path linking the Lorraine plateau to the plain of Alsace, the town of Saverne has been a thoroughfare and passageway ever since the times of the Romans. Strategically positioned as a point of defence against invasion into Alsace, several fortified castles were erected on its territory during the Midlle Ages. The Rohan Castle Museum exhibits a superb collection of archaelogical items - dating back to Gallo-Roman and medieval times - discovered in and around Saverne.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Les Maisons des Rochers, 22 rue Principale, 67320 Graufthal France
Several caves carved into the high sandstone cliffs were used as storage by the Abbey monks before being converted into living spaces little by little.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Maison Rurale de l’Outre-Foret, 1 Place de l Eglise, 67250 Kutzenhausen France
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.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Villa Meteor, 1 B rue du General Gouraud, 67270 Hochfelden France
The museum of video games, connected leisure and video game art. - Discover the history of video games - Play and replay the classics of the last forty years - Try the latest games and independent games - Participate in workshops and events regularly And much more
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Pixel Museum, 14 rue de Lattre de Tassigny, 67300 Schiltigheim, Strasbourg France
The museum of video games, connected leisure and video game art.
- Discover the history of video games
- Play and replay the classics of the last forty years
- Try the latest games and independent games
- Participate in workshops and events regularly

And much more
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: MM Park France, 4 rue Gutenberg Zone Artisanale, 67610 La Wantzenau, Strasbourg France
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.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Historial franco-allemand du Hartmannswillerkopf, D431, Col du Silberloch Lieu dit Hartmannswillerkopf / Vieil Armand, 68700 Wattwiller France
The Hartmannswillerkopf Franco-German Historial of the Great War will open on Thursday, 3 August 2017. It is a multifaceted tool, having both historical and a tourist elements, as well as being a memorial, and above all an educational resource. The Historial offers a broad view of events during the 1st World War, nevertheless leaving centre stage to Hartmannswillerkopf – Vieil Armand, in order to act as a link with the site and the neighbouring national monument and to enable visitors to understand it better. The “Living in Wartime - People in the War” exhibition created by the Haut-Rhin Departmental Archives and the General State Archive - Karlsruhe will be available to view throughout the 2017 season in the dedicated space for seasonal exhibitions.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee de la Bataille du 6 Aout 1870, 2 rue du Moulin, 67360 Woerth France
This museum is entirely dedicated to the battle waged on the day of 6 August 1870. Recorded in history as the "Battle of Reichshoffen", it was in truth the battle of Froeschwiller for the french army and the battle of Woerth for the prussian army. Found on the battlefield, the majority of the items exhibited testify to France's painful past. A diorame of more than 4,000 tin figurines captures a moment in the battle in which so many courageous combatants gave good account of themselves. Though the documents, pictures and postcards... produced for the purposes of remembrance tourism, form an interesting part of the collection, the firearms, the bladed weapons, the uniforms, the helmets, the caps, the tools and the items necessary to the life of a soldier, form the lion's share.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Le Struthof concentration camp, Route Departementale 130, 67130 France
In the heart of the Vosges, are preserved the vestiges of the only concentration camp situated in France. 52,000 prisoners were forced to work in the quarry near the camp. 22,000 people died here. The visitor can discover 4 houses: the prison, the crematorium, a museum and also the former gas chamber.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Le Musee du Pain d'Epices et de l'Art Populaire Alsacien, 110 rue Principale, 67140 Gertwiller France
In Gertwiller you will find a decorated house like in the tale of Hansel and Gretel! Welcome at Lips' house, producer of gingerbread. There you can visit a museum of gingerbread and of the former rural life. To discover: cake tins, pieces of pottery, tools of ancient trades... Gingerbread has been traditionally made in this house for more than 200 years.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: One City Tours - Visite de Strasbourg à Segway, 5 Petite Rue du Vieux Marché aux Vins, 67000 Strasbourg, France
Bike rental and geocaching - Discover Geocaching: the modern treasure hunt. Take a bike and set off to find hidden objects all around Strasbourg. 4 hours with Pass’Alsace.
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Funny-World, Allmendstr. 1, 77966 Kappel-Grafenhausen, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
Funny-World is a family amusement park specially designed for children from up to 12 years at Kappel-Grafenhausen. Visit us all year round with your family and friends. We have more than 50 rides and attractions, a 1700 square meter indoor hall, restaurants, swimming pool and lot more interesting attractions. All attractions are open all year round !
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: La Maison du Distillateur, Route de Ville, 67730 Chatenois France
The Distiller's House, first whisky and spirits museum in Alsace, has been opened by the Meyer Family, distillers since 1958, to share their passion of distillation. The valley of Villé, the Alsace, its gastronomy and its distillers are being honored. Explanatory panels, videos aud multimedia tools are guiding you through an olfactive tour. You will discover all about the art of distillery, learning everything about how alambics work and alcohols are aged. And to end joyfully, spirits, likors and whiskies are to be tasted. Discover also many alsacian delicacies selected for you.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: NaturoparC - Hunawihr, Route de Ribeauville, 68150 Hunawihr France
Situated in the heart of alsacian vineyards, the Nature-Park welcome you in a beautiful 5 ha wildlifpark. Listen to the 200 free storks, dive with the otters thanks to the glass tunnel discover the common hamster…
Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Musee Espace des Metiers du Bois et du Patrimoine, La Place, 68910 Labaroche France
A living location. Enthousiastic guides operate the machines several times a day for visitors.Woodwork primitive workshops. The beginning of mechanization. Come to experience a journey through times.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: The Village of Hansi and his Museum, 28 rue des Tetes, 68000, Colmar France
Discover the dream of the famous colmarian artist and his vision of ideal Elsass in more than 700m2, through his unique and original art collection.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Francois Schneider Foundation, 27 rue de la 1ere Armee de la 1ère Armée, 68700 Wattwiller France
The François Schneider Foundation is a unique institution in Europe due to its theme as well as its work to publicise and support contemporary talents. Founded in 2013 in a former spa resort in the Alsatian village of Wattwiller, the Centre d'Art Contemporain offers visitors over 2,500m2 of exhibition space dedicated to the theme of water. A former bottling workshop transformed and expanded to become an art gallery, its architecture is bright and transparent. The building also boasts a panoramic terrace, a bookstore, a café and an auditorium.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee du Sapeur Pompier, 12 rue de Luppach, 68480 Vieux-Ferrette France
One of the largest firefighters’ museums in France. It resumes, completes, modernizes and above all presents in its premises the prestigious collection that formed the basis of the Mulhouse Firefighters’ Museum and was presented within the framework of the Mulhouse Railway museum from 1978 to 2003. Two halls (1,100 and 1,200 m2) with display cases, an audio-visual room, a shop, a library... gear wheels, a hundred pieces of equipment (hardware, clothing, unusual objects, etc), a complete telephone exchange, public fire alarms and so on.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee historique de la Ville de Strasbourg, 2 rue du Vieux Marche aux Poissons, 67000, Strasbourg France
The Historical Museum, located in the city's former slaughterhouse (1587) since 1920, evokes the political, economical, social and cultural city's history.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, 1 Place Hans Jean Arp, 67000, Strasbourg France
The Museum is an immense glass building built on the banks of the River Ill. It houses collections of paintings, sculptures, decorative artefacts and stained-glass windows dating from impressionism to modern times.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Tomi Ungerer, 2, Avenue de la Marseillaise, 67076, Strasbourg France
Tomi Ungerer, the famous Alsatian illustrator, now has a museum entirely dedicated to his work in the centre of Strasbourg. It houses 11 000 original drawings, sketches, sculptures and posters offered by the artist to his hometown.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Archeologique, 2 Place du Chateau, 67000, Strasbourg France
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.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee des Arts Decoratifs de Strasbourg, 2 Place du Chateau, 67000, Strasbourg France
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.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee Des Beaux-Arts, 2 Place du Chateau, 67000, Strasbourg France
A walk through paintings, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. The Fine Arts Museum was founded in 1880.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee de l'OEuvre Notre-Dame, 3 Place du Chateau, 67000, Strasbourg France
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.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Musee zoologique, 29 boulevard de la Victoire, 67000, Strasbourg France
A living museum, a museum for everyone! The Zoological Museum invites you to get close to the polar bear, the chimpanzee, the elephant seal and the walrus, the singing bird and the insect.
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 2: Tour duration : 1 to 3 days

Stop At: Batorama, 18 Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg, France
You are planning to visit Strasbourg? Then do not forget to select the option Batorama (for 5€ more)! A commented guided tour which will make you discover the history of the city. Several departures per day (consult the website)
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.
What you can expect The best way to discover Alsace - you can buy the Pass'Alsace and choose the type of Pass : 24h, 48h or 3 days (to use over a period of 14 days) adapted to your trip.

If you will visit Strasbourg, don't forget to choose a pass including Batorama boat tour.

If you stay only in Strasbourg and North of Alsace, the Pass Strasbourg and North'Alsace + Batorama will be ideal for you.

You will receive your digital pass via the platform's messages. Present your Pass at the entrance of each site. Print out the right documents (sent by Pass'Alsace). One Pass per person. One e-ticket per person. Once you get your Pass it will be activated after your first visit. 

Each time when you visit a site you have to show your pass at the entry. The system is digitalized and there are readers to read the smart chip contactless in your pass giving you the authorization to entry free of charge. There is also a smartphone app to guide you.

Practical information


What's inside

  • All activities

What's NOT inside

  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Entry/Admission - Batorama

Additional info

  • Refundable up to 4 business days prior to the travel date minus a 7% administrative fee.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • For the batorama boat tour in Strasbourg, you have to reserve directly in the Batorama shop the time schedule availability for your tour.
  • In Strasbourg, you can choose 3 museums among the 9 city museums proposed in the Pass.
  • If you buy a North'Alsace Pass and want to travel to the Center or South Alsace your Pass will not be accepted in attractions located there. It will be accepted only in Strasbourg and in the North of Alsace.
  • If you have children between 3 and 5 years old, please check before buying the pass if they can access to some attractions free of charge. In this case it will not be worthy to buy a pass for them.
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • You will receive your digital pass via the platform's messages (from Pass'Alsace). One e-ticket per person.
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Departure point:

You can start visits from any point in Alsace. if your Pass is for 24h, you can start visits on Day 1 at 11h am and make the last visit on Day 2 at 10h55 am. If you have a 48h pass then you can finish your last visit on Day 3 at 10h55. 

If you have a 3 days pass, then it means that you have 3 full days activities in a period of 14 days. It means that you can use your pass for instance a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Pay attention, it will not be 72h pass to use in a period of 14 days, but 3 days (from 9h till 18h) in a period of 14 days.

Duration:

2 days

Frequency:

See Availability

Departure time:

10:00 AM