The Alsatian Museum displays a collection of traditional furniture, toys, ceramics and religious artifacts. The items offer knowledge about the Alsatian lifestyle as it used to be centuries ago. The museum is divided in 30 rooms, each room representing a region of Alsace.
Tickets can cost up to 4 Euros.
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