Pertaining to the Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg, the Zoological Museum is known as one of the richest museums in France, displaying one million insects, 18.000 birds, 1.500 mammals, 60.000 marine invertebrates, 9.000 skeletons, 11.000 fish and reptiles, and unique endangered specimens.
Price of ticket: 3 Euros.
The Alsatian Museum displays a collection of traditional furniture, toys, ceramics and religious artifacts.
Keysersberg is situated in the Weiss Valley, and it is the birth place of Albert Schweitzer, his house becoming, over the years, a museum.
Rouffach hosts an old church, built approximately in the 12th century, in Rouffach, called The Notre Dame de l’Assomption.