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Musée Alsacie is a museum in Strasbourg that reflects everyday life of rural Alsace. Traditional furniture, ceramics, toys, religious imagery and everyday artifacts offer you direct knowledge of Alsatian lifestyle from 7th till 19th century. This charming museum consists of some thirty rooms, and every room represents a different region of Alsace.

Musée des Beaux-Arts Palais Rohan – 2, place du Château 67000 Strasbourg Tel : 03 88 52 50 00 / Fax : 03 88 52 50 09 Situated on the first floor of Palais Rohan, the Museum of Fine arts presents wide range of European paintings from famous artists such as Boticelli, Greco, Rubens, Canalleto, Goya, Delacroix and many more. Opening times: Every day except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Musée Zoologique– This zoological museum is one of the richest in France – one million insects, 18.000 birds, 1.500 mammals, 60.000 marine invertebrates, 9.000 skeletons, 11.000 fish and reptiles, unique specimens and animals that are already extinct or are in the process of disappearing, are displayed in the glass showcases of Museum. Opening times: Every day except Tuesday: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Normal price: €3 – reduced price: €1.5 Temporary exhibitions: €4.50 – Reduced price: €3.

Musée des Arts Décoratifs– Museum of decorative arts is situated in Palais Rohan, palace that was designed by the royal architec++t Robert de Cotte in 18th century. The museum is divided into two parts – one is representing the apartments of cardinal Rohan and the other offers a rich collection of decorative artifacts dating from 16th century, found in Strasbourg. Opening times: Every day except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ticket per museum: €4 – reduced rate: €2. Temporary exhibitions: Normal price: €5 – reduced price: €2.50

Musée Archéologique– In the Musée archéologique, visitors can promenade through the history of Alsace and the city of Strasbourg starts from its most distant origins, around 600,000 B.C. Sculptures of the Bronze and Iron Ages with their arms, jewelry, fine decorated pottery, religious sculptures, frescoes, objects of everyday life in medieval Alsace and collection of glass objects, make this museum essential place for those who would like to know more about the prosperous and vibrant history of Alsace region.