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Ecomusee d'Alsace, Ungersheim

#1 of 46 in Outdoors in Haut-Rhin
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An open-air village museum, Ecomusee d'Alsace invites you into 73 historic Alsatian-style buildings filled with 40,000 items donated by enthusiastic Alsatians. Each house includes furniture, items from daily life, clothing, tools, and agricultural machinery from the mid 19th century up to the 1950s. Peek into life in an Alsatian village, observing a teacher in the old schoolhouse, a farmhouse with old farming machinery, and a kitchen with a traditional wood-burning stove. Listen to audio commentary in English, French, or German at 36 kiosks scattered throughout the village, describing the region's history, daily life, and the items on display. You can visit the apiary, milk cows, watch artisans create crafts, see an old-fashioned mill in operation, and smell fresh-baked traditional goods. Workshops throughout the season feature artisans making local crafts using traditional methods. Lastly, be sure to visit "Eden Palladium," a collection of antique carousels and carnival attractions that still function. To visit Ecomusee d'Alsace on your holiday in Ungersheim, and find out what else Ungersheim has to offer, use our Ungersheim.
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  • What an amazing place to visit. Loads to see, including live demonstrations The thought and effort that has gone into ecomusee is remarkable. We both know that we would never get bored looking...  more »
  • The German speaker below was undestandably upset by finding it closed on a Monday 2 September, . The French version of their website states, in small print, that it is closed on Mondays outside of...  more »
  • Great place to spend the whole day with family and friends outdoors. Lots of various activities and things to learn and try. Majority of expanations are translated to German and English. Animators are behaving so natural that you get a feeling you really arrived back in time.
  • Well presented but no guides in English and alot of the push button information stations were not working. No cafe on site so unless you take a picnic you will go hungry/thirsty. The lady in the cooking house was very good and we tried various pieces of "old" cooked food and she was very friendly.
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