CRAC Alsace is closed to the public until further notice, in accordance with government directives to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
Located in Altkirch and near Switzerland (Basel) and Germany (Friborg), the CRAC Alsace is a contemporary art center dedicated to research and creation which, through the design of exhibitions, d editions and specific actions of mediation, endeavors to support artistic production by promoting encounters between the public, artists and works.
COMMON VISITS TO EXHIBITIONS
The public service offers guided tours of the exhibitions throughout the year.
Every Saturday and Sunday at 15 p.m., mediations are organized.
Mediators accompany you in the exhibition and give you keys to understanding the works on display.
Guided tours of the exhibitions are also offered all week by appointment.
Following government announcements regarding the coronavirus, the museum remains closed until further notice.Take part in the great adventure of textile manufacturers by entering into the history and techniques of printing on fabrics from the XNUMXth century to the present day. Flowers, Indians, cashmere in shimmering colors thus mingle with more contemporary textile creations in dyeing, printing or patchwork. Discover the extraordinary richness of the most important collection in the world through constantly updated temporary exhibitions.
Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the Museum of Lovers and Sundgawan Heritage is closed until further notice.
This museum, the smallest in the world and specialist in postcards, preserves a collection of more than 20.000 postcards in a thousand binders from the surrounding villages, some of which date back over a hundred years. Come and discover local customs, religious festivals, work in the fields, trades ... as well as the history of the postcard.
Following government announcements regarding the coronavirus, the museum remains closed until further notice.In nuance, come and discover the municipal museum of fine arts. Born from a triple ambition: to provide an overview of the history of art, to promote French painting and to support local artists. This museum will allow you to dive into rich and harmonious works. From Brueghel to Henner via Courbet: love this charming museum housed at Villa Steinbach which stands out for its charm and elegance.
The Museum can be visited by reservation only on 03 89 68 68 18 or email@example.com
One of the largest firefighter museums in France.
It takes over, completes, modernizes and above all presents in its own premises the prestigious collection which has so far constituted the museum of the firefighter of Mulhouse and which was presented within the framework of the Musée du Chemin de Fer à Mulhouse from 1978 to 2003.
Two halls (1100 and 1200 m2), showcases, an audio-visual room, a shop, a library ... Machines on wheels, a hundred equipment (equipment, clothing, unusual objects ...), a central full telephone, public fire alarms ...
Following government announcements regarding the coronavirus, the museum remains closed until further notice.The museum tells the story of a fascinating adventure, that of electricity. It begins in Antiquity, crosses the centuries with many experiments, discoveries, theories and inventions… until today when everything is electric! Take part in the experiments as they were performed in the XNUMXth century and observe strange phenomena, to make your hair stand on end! Let yourself be seduced by the new multimedia show of "the big machine", the flagship of Mulhouse industrial history. In the new space "An electric future", enter a new era to discover the links between electricity, climate and the new lifestyles of the XNUMXst century. Especially for children: games, experiments, videos to understand how a battery, a light bulb, a motor work, to find out what happens when the current flows ...
The Peasant Museum of Oltingue is closed to the public until further notice, in accordance with government directives to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
This museum has an original history, a true fairy tale: it is an annex of the historical museum of Mulhouse created by a priest in love with his land and eager to save the witnesses and customs of yesteryear.
It is housed in a beautiful restored peasant house.
The collections revolve around several themes: trades, domestic life, agricultural life, religious life, and retrace the life of peasants in the Sundgau in the 19th and early 20th centuries, a world that seems far away ...
Due to the current health crisis, the museum is closed until further notice
Housed in a beautiful Renaissance building, residence of the former bailiffs, the Sundgauvien Museum presents the history, life and customs of southern Alsace and more particularly of Sundgau.