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TOP 5 – STRASBOURG’S MUSEUMS

TOP 5 – STRASBOURG’S MUSEUMS

LE MUSÉE D’ART MODERNE ET CONTEMPORAIN DE STRASBOURG (MAMCS)

The museum, which has benefited from generous deposits by particulars and institutions is the only major French museum to offer a guided tour covering the period from 1870 to the present day. This allows the visitors to start off with what is familiar for them (fauvism, impression- ism) to move on to discover contemporary creation during a visit that is meant to be an educational trip. The museum houses an important collection of works by Jean Arp and Victor Brauner, and a masterpiece by the painter Gustave Doré.

1 place Hans Jean Arp, Strasbourg
From monday to friday from 10 AM to 6 PM
Admission rates: 7€/3,50€
03 68 98 51 55
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LE MUSÉE ALSACIEN

The Alsatian Museum is a museum of art and folk tradition, offering museum visitors a charming tour of Strasbourg’s old houses linked together via staircases and wooden passageways. Roughly a thousand objects are on exhibit, attesting to rural Alsatian life from the 18th – 19th centuries.

23-25 quai Saint-Nicolas, Strasbourg
From Wednesday to Monday from 10 AM to 6 PM
Admission rates: 6,50€/3,50€
03 88 52 50 01
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LE MUSÉE TOMI UNGERER

Located in the Villa Greiner. Here we can find an important collection of 11,000 drawings that draftsman and illustrator Tomi Ungerer donated to his native city of Strasbourg. The work is on view on a rotating basis in a thematic itinerary of nearly 300 originals including drawings for children’s books, satirical and advertising drawings and erotica.

Villa Greiner – 2 avenue de la Marseillaise, Strasbourg
From Wednesday to Monday from 10 AM to 6 PM
Admission rates: 6,50€/3,50€
03 68 98 51 53
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LE MUSÉE ZOOLOGIQUE

Centrally located in Strasbourg’s University campus, this museum was built in the 18th century with elements from Jean Hermann’s Gallery of Natural History. Frequently expanded, the collection is currently one of France’s richest.

29 boulevard de la Victoire, Strasbourg
From Wednesday to Monday from 10 AM to 6PM
Admission rates: 6,50€/3,50€
03 68 85 04 85
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PIXEL MUSEUM

The Pixel Museum is dedicated to gaming and video games and is located in Schiltigheim. Discover the history of video games via numerous game consoles and legendary games.

14 Rue de Lattre de Tassigny, Schiltigheim
Open every day from 10 AM to 6 PM (from july 6th to september 1st)
Admission rates: 9€/7€
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