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Pass’Alsace – Visit more, spend less!

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Pass’Alsace is a special pass made for people visiting the area. With the pass, you can freely access numerous touristic sites in Alsace (wildlife parks, museums, castles…), including some of the must-sees of the area. Considering its low price, it is very quickly paid for. I have tried it and was convinced!

Pass’Alsace – List of partner sites

The main advantage of the Pass is that it lets you access an impressive amount of sites, including the must-dos of Alsace. Here is the complete list (by clicking on the links, you’ll get to the articles about the sites I have already visited):

Castles

Wildlife parks

Museums

  • Ecomuseum of Alsace (Ungersheim)
  • Toy Museum(Colmar)
  • Alsatian Museum (Strasbourg)
  • Tomi Ungerer Museum (Strasbourg)
  • Archaeological Museum (Strasbourg)
  • Museum of the Oeuvre Notre-Dame (Strasbourg)
  • Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMCS) (Strasbourg)
  • Museum of Fine Arts (Strasbourg)
  • History Museum (Strasbourg)
  • Museum of Decorative Art (Strasbourg)
  • Zoological Museum (Strasbourg)
  • The Vaisseau (Strasbourg)
  • Würth Museum (Erstein)
  • Lalique Museum (Wingen-sur-Moder)
  • Museum of the Pays de Hanau (Bouxwiller)
  • Wesserling Park and Textile Ecomuseum (Husseren Wesserling)
  • EDF Electropolis Museum (Mulhouse)
  • Wallpaper Museum (Rixheim)
  • Maison du Fromage in the Valley of Munster (Gunsbach)

Activities

  • Park of the Petit Prince (Ungersheim)
  • Ateliers de la Seigneurerie (Andlau)
  • Park of Tellure (Sainte-Marie aux Mines)
  • By Segway – One city tours (Strasbourg)

Memorial sites

Sites offering discounts

Beyond sites offering free access, Pass’Alsace also offers some discounts in some sites:

  • Batorama (Strasbourg): option “Batorama” for 5€ when buying the pass
  • House of the Distiller (Châtenois)
  • Crossing borders with a touristic miniature train (Wissembourg)

Pass’Alsace – How to use it?

Different packages Pass’Alsace

There are different packages for the Pass’ Alsace, all available for adults and children, with or without the Batorama option:

  • Mini Pass, valid 24h (from 15€ to 27€)
  • Mini Pass, valid 48h (from 20 to 35€)
  • Pass’Alsace, valid 3 (consecutive or not) days over a period of 14 days (from 25 to 45€)
  • Pass’Alsace Winter, valid 3 (consecutive or not) days over a period of 14 days (from 15 to 30€). This version is less expensive, because several sites are closed in winter (especially wildlife parks).

Using the pass

The Pass’ Alsace is a magnetic card. Once bought, you’ll just have to show it at the different partner sites, taking into account that only the first use of the pass will activate its duration. It is therefore possible to buy it in advance without knowing the exact dates of use.

Buying the Pass’Alsace

Pass’Alsace is bought on the online shop (delivery in 3 business days), as well as in different sales points in Alsace.

DISCOUNT: 10% of discount on all passes until the 21st of March using the code “hiver”.

By buying the Pass online via this link, you will not pay more and I will earn a small commission… Help me keep this blog alive! Thank you very much in advance 🙂 

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