A visit to the Unterlinden Museum covers nearly 7,000 years of history, from the prehistoric era to 20th century art. Whilst travelling in time, visitors can also discover the multiple facets of its architecture, which have been unified and enhanced by the architects Herzog & de Meuron.
€13.00 (child €21.00) Free with the Pass!
The Village of Hansi and his Museum is located in front of the famous "Maison des Têtes". Come in and discover the city of Colmar in the lifetime of the famous artist Jean-Jacques Waltz, so called "Hansi". Find out about the fascinating World of Hansi in our Museum on the first floor. Nowadays as a part of the alsatian cultural heritage, his original artworks will allow you to dive into the romantic and fascinating Alsace that he experienced.
€5.00 (child €8.00) Free with the Pass!
The departures are made at the foot of the bridge Saint Pierre, next to Restuarant Le Caveau Saint-Pierre. Access by the Quai de la Poissonnerie or the Boulevard St Pierre. Visit commented by the district of Little Venice and by the quay of the Fishmonger's shop in a original way. Aboard a flat-bottomed boat, discover all the charm of this authentic place. Follow the half-timbered houses and appreciate the serenity of the district of the truck farmers where abounds a generous vegetation.
€6.00 (child €12.00) Free with the Pass!
In the heart of the Little Venice quarter, in a beautiful historic municipal building, discover this museum labeled in 2003 as "Musée de France". It is the showcase of a learned society founded in 1859 by leading scientists.
€5.00 (child €7.00) Free with the Pass!
Let yourself be charmed by the old town, during a guided tour, simultaneously translated in 16 languages! This ride in the heart of Colmar takes approximately 35 minutes. This train is accessible to persons with reduced mobility, to strollers, to guide dogs or dogs carried in a bag. Departure: every 1/2 hour, rue Kléber, near the Unterlinden Museum. Payment on site only in cash.
€7.00 (child €11.00) Free with the Pass!
Started in 1283, the construction of the Dominican church mainly dates back to the first half of the 14th century. It is an important example of the mendicant orders architecture, even if the Dominicans arrived in 1278 were temporarily driven out of the city in 1330. In 1458, the roof and the cloister were damaged by a fire. After that, reconstruction works have been necessary.
€2.00 (child €3.00) Free with the Pass!
Right in central Colmar, discover the new Chocolate museum and take part in an interactive and immersive walk, with a playful and educational tour, free samples to taste as much as you want! - and much more…An original and exciting experience which will turn you into a cocoa expert!
€10.00 (child €18.00) Free with the Pass!