Vallée de la Bruche
Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France

Jean-Frédéric Oberlin Museum

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© Oberlin Museum / Denis Betsch
Nearest station: Fouday

The museum is a place of expression which relates one of the leading figures of Alsace in the XNUMXth century, Jean-Fréderic Oberlin, pastor, teacher, botanist, rural activist and defender of human rights. In this museum, it is not a question of looking in a passive way at an object, an image, a cartel, but of perceiving, listening, reading, building, handling, feeling in order to understand the divine complexity of the pastor of Waldersbach. See the map

Opening dates and times

Mon, Wed > Sun. 01/04 > 30/09 10 a.m. > 19 p.m. - 01/10 > 31/03-14 p.m. > 18 p.m. free visit. Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, May 1, Pentecost Sunday, October 9, November 1, December 24, 25 and 31, January 1.



Equipment and services

Target audience

Adults (individuals) Families School groups

Visit formula(s)

Free tour
Guided tour for groups


Welcome / open to groups
Specific reception for children
Info. Touristic


Entrance prices

Adult: €7
Children: €4

Pricing advantages

Free until  6
Family package:  17€ (2 adults accompanied by their children)
Other reductions: €4 for under 18s and students up to 25 years old.

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