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Palais de Rohan

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Palais de Rohan

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Alsace Wine Route Wineries & Tasting Small Group Guided Tour from Strasbourg
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Alsace Wine Route Wineries & Tasting Small Group Guided Tour from Strasbourg

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Get off the beaten track on a tasting tour of Alsace, home to picturesque vineyards. The region in eastern France is famous for its fairytale-like villages, but its under-the-radar wine route is another draw. On this tasting tour from Strasbourg, you learn about Alsace’s history at the crossroads of France and Germany and sample grape varieties at multiple vineyards.
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Jan 2020
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal15,691 contributions630 helpful votes
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The Palais des Rohan is a French palace located in the city center of Strasbourg, next to the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg and its museum, the Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame. It is representing a highlight of local Baroque architecture, it is the home to three of the most important museums in the city since the end of the 19th century: the Archaeological Museum (Musée archéologique, in the basement), the Museum of Decorative Arts (Musée des Arts décoratifs, on the ground floor) and the Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des Beaux-arts, on the first and second floors). Galerie Robert Heitz is also located in a side wing of the palace. Due to the festivities we have not seen it on the inside, this will be for another visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dave B wrote a review Dec 2019
Lucerne, Switzerland4 contributions1 helpful vote
amazing art, masterpieces, light was ok, atmosphere nice, beautiful architecture, also the archeological part was interesting, price is very fair
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Catriona H wrote a review Nov 2019
Teddington, United Kingdom1,150 contributions86 helpful votes
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If you're only interested in one part of the museum, then this set-up with three separate parts of the museum and three separate (cheaper) tickets is great for you. You can choose between archeology, decorative arts (i.e. interior design) and art. We chose the decorative arts museum and enjoyed wandering round 8-10 lavish rooms. It certainly makes it more affordable.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jenny W wrote a review Oct 2019
Birmingham, Alabama, United States3,919 contributions299 helpful votes
We were in Strasbourg on a guided walking tour when our guide set us free with about an hour and a half before we needed to head to the tour bus. The museum is in the Rohan Palace next to the Cathedral where our guide left us. It was a Sunday, so I checked the museum website on my phone and found that they were open until 6pm. (It turned out they closed at noon and shooed us out about 11:45. This seemed odd to me as we were not informed about the closing when we purchased our tickets and the web-site still indicates they are open until 6 on Sunday.) Language was a bit of a problem since we lazy Americans only spoke English. The ladies at the ticket window spoke French and German. Through sign language we were informed that there are three separate museums; you can purchase tickets to each one or all three for a discounted price. We only had time for one museum and we chose the Archaeological Museum. This was downstairs where we found pamphlets in several languages, including English. The pamphlet described (with photos) 9 major works from the collection and indicated the room in which they would be displayed. This was most helpful! Throughout there was signage in English next to many of the displays, so we were able to read about much that we saw. The collection is quiet large and varied with several thousand years of Alsatian history (from 600,000 BC to 880). We found tombs from the bronze and iron ages, weapons and jewelry, a look at the life of the first farmers in the Neolithic period and the day-to-day life of the Gallo-Romans. The hour we had in the museum was just about enough, before we were urged to hurry because of closing. We enjoy archaeology, so this was a good choice for us. Your other choices here are the Museum of Fine Art and the Rohan Palace rooms - and the price is discounted if you chose all three.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Larry Zuckerman wrote a review Oct 2019
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Terrific museum on archeological finds relating to Strasbourg, which has had settlements in or around it from Neolithic times onward. The prehistoric exhibits are excellent, as are the Roman ones. Just fabulous. My only regret? The fine arts museums were closed for the week.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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