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The Enchanted Forest

La Enchanted Forest is a magic forest with characters from tales and legends from Sundgau and elsewhere. It takes over the city center throughout the Christmas period.

An original setting, a magical and magical atmosphere around ponds and forests recreated in the heart of the city, a contemporary aesthetic.

Characters and animals and around twenty illustrated tales!

Without forgetting the craftsmen's Christmas village, craft Christmas market where you will find something to please. Do not miss the traditional Procession of Saint Nicolas and every day: an ice rink against a background of fir trees in Place de la Halle au Blé, exhibitions at the Sundgauvien Museum and at CRAC Alsace and the Grotto with fireflies!

Every weekend entertainment, concerts, stories, workshops, street shows ...

And think about story tours organized by the Tourist Office!


Place of the event / departure:
  • Served by a regular bus / tram line
Specific target audience
  • Families
Languages ​​spoken
Disabled access :
Organized by :
City of Altkirch
Short comment:
Unique and original permanent outdoor show on the theme of stories and legends open all day, illuminations from 17 p.m. to 22 p.m.
Type of event, exhibition
  • Tale / history and local legend
GRC catchphrase description
Experience a magical and magical atmosphere around ponds and forests recreated in the heart of the city. Meet the characters of Sundgau tales and legends.
Station in the town:
Restaurant on site:
  • restaurant
Additional amenities / services:
  • Toilets
Vehicle parking
  • Free private parking for cars


Reception hours:
10h to 22h
Event dates
The 05 / 12 / 2020 03 in / 01 / 2021


Prices :
The 05 / 12 / 2020 03 in / 01 / 2021


68130 Altkirch
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30 rue Charles de Gaulle
68130 Altkirch
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