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we visited this museum last august. the museum is situated in the heart of Colmar city, in a 15th century beautiful convent. there are some nice art collections as of the middle ages to the renaissance, but the main exhibit is the Isenheim Altarpiece by...More
The museum's use of a Medieval abbey to showcase Medieval, Rennaisance, Ancient Roman and Contemporary art is masterful. The highlight of course, is the Isenheim Altar piece in what once was a chapel. Just beautiful. Here's a tip: go up one floor and view the...More
Wonderful museum which has been extended and expanded since I first saw it; and they've done a wonderful job. The original part is full of religious works if art - carvings, paintings and of course most famously the Isenheim Altarpiece which is worth the visit...More
I went to Colmar for the charming houses and canals, but the Musée Unterlinden was an unexpected highlight. For a relatively small, lesser-known French provincial city, it's amazing how much high-quality medieval (mostly religious) art is packed into this venue. It's worth visiting for the...More
Apart from a few well-known works that we already know in the museum, it was a surprise to find such interesting works and artworks and historical objects together in a small town like Colmar.
The main building is an old Dominican church . But it...More
A good couple of hours spent in the former convent,which is a beautiful building, that really gives this museum a fantastic feel. Worth getting the audio for an extra couple of euros the exhibits are very interesting and cover art over several centuries.