Pass Alsace

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€25
Alsace is a region with a particularly rich heritage, spread throughout its territory. To enjoy these high places of French culture without moderation without however exceeding its budget, the ideal is to make the choice of Pass'Alsace. This gives access to some forty museums, historical monuments and places of interest such as the Ecomusée d'Alsace or the Volerie des Aigles but also guarantees a number of advantages. Thus, you will benefit from interesting discounts at many partner companies. Economical and flexible, the Pass'Alsace is available in several versions. Its price therefore varies according to its validity period, the age of the holder and certain options. Discover Alsace and explore its natural, cultural and historical heritage with this practical and clever pass.

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Mini-Pass 24h

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  • Pass valid for 24 hours from first use.
€25
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Mini-Pass 48h

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  • Pass valid for 48 hours from first use.
€35
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3 day pass

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  • Pass valid for 3 days over a period of 14 days from the first use.
€45
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Le Pass'Alsace in a few words

The Pass'Alsace lets you discover the most famous sites of the Alsace region. Rather than paying entrance fees for individual sites, make savings by investing in this pass, a real call to curiosity and exploration. When you place your order, you will need to determine the date on which you wish to receive your pass as well as one of the four collection points (one in Strasbourg, one in Sélestat, one in Mulhouse and one in Ribeauvillé). The Pass'Alsace is available in three different versions: the mini-pass 24 and 48 consecutive hours from their first activation, the pass 3 days, valid over a period of 14 days.

The Pass'Alsace offers free access to 56 tourist sites and allows you to discover :

  • Batorama, boat tours through Strasbourg with a guide (paying option + 5€)
  • Struthof, a former World War II concentration camp.
  • The Château of Haut-Koenigsbourg, an ancient medieval stronghold near Selestat which was for a long time the residence of the German Emperor William II.
  • L'Écomusée d'Alsace, a vast open-air museum dedicated to the traditions of eastern France, particularly famous for its half-timbered houses and reconstructions
  • The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg (MAMCS) presenting a vast collection of works by artists Dada Jean Art and Sophie Taeuber but also a large number of engravings by an artist from the city, the famous Gustave Doré.
  • La Montagne des Singes, a park welcoming hundreds of Barbary macaques. A walk in this natural sanctuary among monkeys will delight young and old.
  • The Notre Dame Museum of Art, mainly dedicated to sculpture and local decorative arts.
  • The Tomi Ungerer Museum - International Illustration Centre that houses thousands of drawings and prints by this international artist.
  • The Palais Rohan which includes no less than three museums dedicated to fine arts, decorative arts and archaeology.
  • The Pixel Museum, a real paradise for video game lovers, old or new.
  • The Volerie des aigles, set among the ruins of a medieval castle where you can attend shows and learn more about these impressive birds of prey and their dressage.
  • The Mulhouse Zoological and Botanical Park welcomes hundreds of residents from all over the world, from Siberian tigers to polar bears and wolves from Canada.

In addition to the access to these high places of Alsatian tourism, the Pass'Alsace allows you to benefit from discounts at many partner sites such as the Maison Cattin des Vins d'Alsace and the Parc du Petit Prince and to take advantage of interesting prices on certain activities such as, for example, the Wissembourg little train rides and gourmet walks through Strasbourg.

Good to know: in Strasbourg, two out of nine museums of your choice are included free of charge in Pass'Alsace.

A Pass for the kids too?

It is legitimate to ask whether the Child Pass is a good deal. While some museums and monuments are free for young children, a majority of sites charge admission to children over the age of 6. For example, children pay their entrance fees:

  • from 3 years old at the Vaisseau, the Pixel Museum and at Cigoland;
  • from 4 years old at the Château de Fleckenstein and Château des défis, the Ecomusée d'Alsace and the Parc Zoologique et Botanique de Mulhouse;
  • from 5 years old at the La Montagne des Singes, the Volerie des Aigles, NaturOparC, the Parc inier de Tellure and the Village Hansi and its museum.
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