Unterlinden Museum  

Address :
Place Unterlinden, 68000 Colmar
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Opening hours :
Reopening of the Unterlinden Museum on Monday June 22. A health protocol will be put in place to respect barrier gestures. Opening times to be confirmed: Wednesday to Monday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday: closed. 1st Thursday of each month, late opening until 8 p.m. 24.12 and 31.12: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Box office closing 30 minutes before the Museum closes. Closed holidays: 1.1., 1.5., 1.11., 25.12.

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Description


The Unterlinden Museum original location in the 13th century convent is now linked to the former municipal baths building inaugurated in 1906. The architects Herzog & de Meuron connected the two buildings and added a contemporary extension. An underground gallery con-sisting of three exhibition rooms passes underneath the Place Unterlinden and the canal. It leads to the new building, the Ackerhof, which is named after the convent’s former farm building. More than ever before, the Musée Unterlinden has room to display its encyclopaedic collections. Visitors can also enjoy spaces including the cloister garden, the museum orchard, the Café, the shop…
Type of museum
  Archaeology
  History
  Fine Arts
  Modern art
  Decorative arts
  Science and technology
  Ethnography
  Graphic arts
  Photography

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Dates and opening hours


Visit duration:Half-day

Practical informations


Services +
  Shop
  Postcard
  Poster
  Catalogue of collections
  Exhibition catalogue

Prices


Adults 13 €
children 8 €
Groups (per person) 11 €
Families (2 adults and 2 children) 35 €
Methods of payment
Number of people for familly discount: 4
Number of people for groups: 15
Other reduction: 11 € for seniors citizens

Access


Access
  By bus
With children
This sight is accessible with a traditionnal strollerwith a lightweight stroller.

Location

Place Unterlinden, 68000 Colmar

Nearest train station : 1

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