Museums

It’s great to visit a new region, but it’s even better to explore and understand it! To do so, our museums are the ideal solution. The region of Guebwiller offers plenty of ways to become familiar while making great memories: ceramics, minerals, historical relics, toys and so much more! And to find out even more, the Alsace Ecomuseum, the Cité de l’Auto, the Cité du Train, the Unterlinden museum, etc. are all just a few minutes’ drive from the Pays du Florival region.

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Architecture and Heritage Interpretation Center - Château de la Neuenbourg Architecture and Heritage Interpretation Center - Château de la Neuenbourg
Guebwiller

Architecture and Heritage Interpretation Center - Château de la Neuenbourg

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Château-Musée du Bucheneck Château-Musée du Bucheneck
Soultz Haut Rhin

Château-Musée du Bucheneck

L'esprit de Soultz en 10 salles ! Laissez-vous guider dans ce musée d'histoire locale et plongez dans une ambiance "historico-nostalgique" du lieu.
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Clued'aux jardins
Guebwiller

Clued'aux jardins

Discover the Guebwiller region by solving the Clued'aux Jardins proposed by the CIAP of Guebwiller.
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Exhibition - Bottles
Guebwiller

Exhibition - Bottles

Come and compare your view of this everyday object with that of 12 European ceramists.
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Exhibition - The Portrait in all its states
Guebwiller

Exhibition - The Portrait in all its states

Would you like to learn more about the history of portraits? Then this exhibition is for you! You will discover their entire history from Antiquity to the invention of photography! When you think of today's selfies, we've come a long way!
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Flash visit: Exhibition, The portrait in all its states
Guebwiller

Flash visit: Exhibition, The portrait in all its states

From selfie to painting, discover this exhibition accompanied by a guide to discover all the secrets of these famous portraits.
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La Nef des Jouets - toys museum La Nef des Jouets - toys museum
Soultz Haut Rhin

La Nef des Jouets - toys museum

Awaken the child within and climb aboard the Toy Ship. Navigate through the collections of toys from olden times, yesterday and today. A perfect outing for families, where both parents and children can play together with the games and toys available in the play areas.
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Musée de la Régence Musée de la Régence
Ensisheim

Musée de la Régence

The Regency Museum is housed in the Regent's palace, a magnificent XVIth century building (1535) constructed in the center of Ensisheim by emperor Ferdinand of Austria. Three different sections deal with History, archaeology and the activities of Alsatian potash miners. The historical department displays an odd assortment of artifacts, worthy of a curio room. The core of the Museum is the famous meteorite which fell in 1492 south of the town, the first reliably confirmed and preserved fall in world history, made famous in one of Jules Verne's novels. A second department is devoted to the miners. The underground world of the potash mine is revealed there through its usual tools, the strong feelings which characterized it: the extremely difficult conditions of work (the stifling heat, the constant noise of the machinery, the isolation in a confined and dangerous space, lit up only by the miners' lamps). From fear to hope, from anger to solidarity... the miners worshipped the Virgin Mary and Saint Barbe but they also questioned gnomes about their future. Also worthy of a visit is the outstanding collection of prehistoric artefacts which opens a window into the Middle Neolithic Age when waves of emigrants from central Europe settled south of Ensisheim during the 5th millenium B.C. Potteries from the Bronze Age to the Gallo-Roman period are also worth seeing as well as artefacts found in tombs.
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Museographic space of the Antonins of Issenheim
Issenheim

Museographic space of the Antonins of Issenheim

This museographic space was born from the will of the congregation of the Sisters of Divine Providence of Ribeauvillé, to restore the historic sites of the former convent of the Antonins, where patients suffering from ergotism (disease also called "mal des ardents") were treated. or "St. Anthony's fire" linked to the ingestion of a fungus, ergot).

Center of Art, History and Spirituality, the Museographic Space comprises two main parts:
an interior part located in the old renovated gatehouse, with an exhibition of objects and presentations of ancient texts, allowing to understand the origin of ergotism, the invocation to Saint Anthony, the hospital vocation of the order des Antonins and its development in Europe. In the back room, magnificently vaulted, is the model of the Altarpiece of Issenheim, a herbarium with the fourteen plants which entered into the composition of the holy vinage, as well as a showcase with reproduction of engravings and old surgical tools, used to treat the sick.

An exterior part corresponding to the old choir of the church with the presence of lapidary elements (a well, remarkable 15th century keystones, a 16th century monument of Saint Anthony, and the exact location of the Altarpiece, materialized by a "Tau".

The museum space is open every first Sunday of the month from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., and every Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. from April 3 until Sunday October 30.
Prices: 4 euros for adults, free for children under 18, 2 euros for students and seniors over 65.

The visit to the Museographic Space also includes access to the current neo-Gothic Jesuit church. It can continue with a walk in the park.

For group visits, reservation and prior request on: 03 89 62 24 24 or by email: maison-st-michel@providence-ribeauville.net
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Théodore Deck Museum Théodore Deck Museum
Guebwiller

Théodore Deck Museum

Un musée qui gagne a être connu ! Il s'adresse avant tout aux amateurs des "Arts du feu" qui découvriront ici le travail de Théodore Deck, l'un des plus grands céramistes français du XIX, connu notamment pour son fameux "Bleu Deck", profond et lumineux. Ce musée retrace aussi l'épopée de l'industrie textile dans la région de Guebwiller.
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