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Museums in Strasbourg

In Strasbourg all the museums are free on the first Sunday of every month, for all visitors younger than 18 and for disabled visitors. Entrance ticket to all museums for one day is €6 (and reduced price €3 for students).

Musée Alsacien
23 - 25, quai Saint-Nicolas 67000 Strasbourg
Tél: 03 88 52 50 01 - Fax: 03 88 43 64 18

If you’re looking for some Alsace feeling, there is a museum in Strasbourg that reflects everyday life of rural Alsace. Traditional furniture, ceramics, toys, religious imagery and everyday artifacts offer you direct knowledge of Alsatian lifestyle from 7th till 19th century. This charming museum consists of some thirty rooms, and every room represents a different region of Alsace.
Opening times: Every day except Tuesday. Individual visitors from 12 noon to 6 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays, public holidays and during July and August. Specific times for groups (above 10 persons)
For bookings phone: 03.88.52.50.04
Tickets: €4 - reduced price: €2

Musée d'Art moderne et contemporain
1, place Hans Jean Arp, 67076 Strasbourg Cedex
Tel: 03.88.23.31.31

From its opening in 1998, this museum of modern art equally fascinates artists and the art lovers from around the world. The museum has a really rich permanent collection of modern art work (Gustave Doré, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Vassily Kandinsky) and it frequently displays actual art productions. The Museum Library is a place you shouldn’t miss if you’re interested in art and if you get hungry during your museum tour, there is a beautiful restaurant inside the building.
Opening times: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday from 12 noon to 10 p.m., Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Closed on Monday. Normal price: €5 - reduced price : €2.50

Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Palais Rohan - 2, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03 88 52 50 00 / Fax : 03 88 52 50 09

Museum of decorative arts is situated in Palais Rohan, palace that was designed by the royal architect Robert de Cotte in 18th century. The museum is divided into two parts – one is representing the apartments of cardinal Rohan and the other offers a rich collection of decorative artifacts dating from 16th century, found in Strasbourg.
Opening times: Every day except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ticket per museum: €4 - reduced rate: €2. Temporary exhibitions: Normal price: €5 - reduced price: €2.50

Musée des Beaux-Arts
Palais Rohan - 2, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03 88 52 50 00 / Fax : 03 88 52 50 09

Situated on the first floor of Palais Rohan, the Museum of Fine arts presents wide range of European paintings from famous artists such as Boticelli, Greco, Rubens, Canalleto, Goya, Delacroix and many more.
Opening times: Every day except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ticket per museum: €4 - reduced rate: €2. Temporary exhibitions: Normal price: €5 - reduced price: €2.50

Cabinet des Estampes et des Dessins
5, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03.88.52.50.00 Fax : 03.88.52.50.09

This gallery dedicated to prints and drawings contains more than 220 000 works that range from 15th to 20th century. Pollaiuolo, Mantegna, Dürer, Baldung-Grien, Callot, Daumier and Goya are among few artists whose works can be admired in this immensely rich collection of watercolors, copperplates, woodcuts, lithographs, etchings etc.
Opening times: Wednesday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday: 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Friday: 9 a.m. to 12 noon and by appointment

Musée de l’Oeuvre Notre-Dame
3, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03.88.52.50.00 Fax : 03.88.52.50.09

This museum situated at the bottom of the cathedral offers one of the finest collections of medieval art in France, if not in whole Europe. From one of the oldest know stained-glass windows (famous so-called Wissembourg Head) to the paintings painted by the master of still life, Sébastien Stoskopff, this museum shows the vitality of medieval Strasbourg. Behind the venerable gables of the house of L’Oeuvre Notre-Dame, the interior decoration, the cool courtyard and the charming little Gothic garden all contribute to creating a feeling of intimacy with the rich past of Strasbourg.
Opening times: Every day except Monday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Normal price: €4 - reduced price: €2 Temporary exhibitions: €5 - reduced price: €2.

Centre Tomi Ungerer
5, place du Château - 67076 Strasbourg Cedex
Tel : 03 88 88 50 57 Fax : 03.88.52.50.09
Strasbourg born artist Tomi Ungerer, known all over the world for his books for children, satirical drawings and advertising posters, donated a large part of his work to this museum. Maybe the most interesting part of the museum is Ungerer’s collection of some 3,500 games and toys which he gathered over forty years. This unique collection is composed of old and modern mechanical, optical and educational toys, little tin soldiers and automatons. A particularly interesting selection of about two hundred mechanical toys is exhibited permanently at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in the Palais Rohan.
Opening times: Thursday: 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. by appointment

Musée Zoologique
de l'Université Louis Pasteur et de la ville de Strasbourg
29, boulevard de la Victoire - 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03 90 24 04 89/90 - Fax : 03 90 24 05 58

This zoological museum is one of the richest in France – one million insects, 18.000 birds, 1.500 mammals, 60.000 marine invertebrates, 9.000 skeletons, 11.000 fish and reptiles, unique specimens and animals that are already extinct or are in the process of disappearing, are displayed in the glass showcases of Museum.
Opening times: Every day except Tuesday: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Normal price: €3 - reduced price: €1.5 Temporary exhibitions: €4.50 - Reduced price: €3.

Musée Archéologique
Palais Rohan - 2, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg
Tel : 03 88 52 50 00 / Fax : 03 88 52 50 09

In the Musée archéologique, visitors can promenade through the history of Alsace and the city of Strasbourg starts from its most distant origins, around 600,000 B.C. Sculptures of the Bronze and Iron Ages with their arms, jewelry, fine decorated pottery, religious sculptures, frescoes, objects of everyday life in medieval Alsace and collection of glass objects, make this museum essential place for those who would like to know more about the prosperous and vibrant history of Alsace region.
Opening times: Every day except Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ticket per museum: €4 - reduced rate: €2
Temporary exhibitions: Normal price: €5 - reduced price: €2.50

There are several different Museum Cards you can choose for visiting Strasbourg museums:

Yearly Pass Card for all the museums of the city
Full price: 20 € - reduced price: 16 €

Three-day Pass Card for all the museums
Single price: 8 €

One-day Pass Card for all the museums
Full price: 6 € - reduced price: 3 €

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