History and tradition
The Alsatian Museum is a museum of art and folk tradition, offering museum visitors a charming tour of Strasbourg's old houses linked together via staircases and wooden passageways. Roughly a thousand objects are on exhibit, attesting to rural Alsatian life from the 18th - 19th centuries including costumes, furnishings, earthenware, toys, religious and secular images, etc. Reconstructed interiors characteristic of Alsace's various “regions” (agricultural plain, wine country, mountains of the Vosges) and craftsmen's workshops are displayed throughout the museum.
Babel Stùb. My culture, your culture, our culture
The term Babel refers to the famous tower, evoking both the cultural diversity but also the universality of our condition where, beyond the countries, the similarities outweigh our differences. Stùbe is, of course the traditional Alsatian room where one lives, exchanges and invites. With this...
Opening hoursOpen all year
Wednesday - Sunday: 10:00-18:00
23 - 25 quai Saint-Nicolas
+33 3 68 98 50 00