Archeological Museum / Museums

The Archeological Museum displays a collection of sculptures, arms, pottery, frescoes, glass objects from the Iron and Bronze Ages. The museum is perfect for those who wish to make a trip back in the early days of the city of Strasbourg.

Name:
Archeological Museum
Address:
Palais Rohan - 2, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg, France
Telephone:
0003 88 52 50 00
Fax:
00 03 88 52 50 09
Website:
The Archeological Museum
Opening hours:
Every day, except Tuesday from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.

Ticket price per museum: 4 Euros

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