What to expect
Opened in 1984, the Ecomuseum of Alsace is the largest open-air museum in France
. Easily accessible from Strasbourg, it is entirely dedicated to the protection, preservation and presentation of Alsatian culture. You can admire more than fifty buildings from all over the region, from the traditional half-timbered house to the station and of course the school of the Third Republic. But the whole point of this eco-museum is that it does not present a fixed version of this heritage, quite the contrary. Shows, workshops and reenactments of all kinds are very often organized there. Book your tickets on ticketeaser.com
to discover without waiting the charm of Alsatian villages of yesteryear.
Opening hours of the Ecomuseum of Alsace 2018
March 25th to November 4th : from 10am to 6pm
The first 3 weekends of August and 15 August: from 10am to midnight
For its Christmas season, the Ecomuseum of Alsace will be open from 1st December 2018 to 6th January 2019 from 10h30 to 18h30 (closed on Mondays).
The museum will be closed:
- March 1st to 26th
- April 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
- May 7th, 14th, 28th
- November 5th to 30th
Adult: 15 €
Child (from 4 to 14 years old) : 5 €
Reduced price : 10 € for the following ones
- persons over 65 years of age
- disabled persons
- job seekers,
- students -26 years old
Your visit to the Ecomuseum of Alsace
- The site of the Ecomuseum of Alsace is vast with 74 buildings and over 10 hectares! A half-day visit is recommended
- Dogs kept on a leash are allowed on site
Access to the Ecomuseum of Alsace
Attention, the Ecomusée d'Alsace is not referenced in the GPS GPS of the museum: 47°51'7,4''N; 7°17'6''E
Coming from Strasbourg and Colmar: motorway A35 direction Mulhouse, exit Ensisheim, follow Écomusée d'Alsace.
Parking is free at the museum entrance for cars and coaches.
Coming from Basel, Mulhouse, Belfort: motorway A36, exit n° 18 (or 18 bis coming from Belfort) direction Guebwiller, then D430, exit n°5 towards Bollwiller / Écomusée, follow Écomusée d'Alsace
Shuttle Soléa serving the Ecomusée d'Alsace and the Parc du Petit Prince from Mulhouse central station.
Le Pass'Alsace In a few words :
The Pass'Alsace includes:
- Free access to 56 sites: animal parks, castles, museums, play activities... Compose your program freely!
- 24h, 48h or 3 days (over a period of 14 days)
- discounts: tourist attractions, guided tours
- a paper and digital guide (mobile application)
- Optional benefit: Batorama
For more details, visit the page dedicated to Pass'Alsace