The permanent exhibition of the museum (Musée du Papier Peint) consists of a room with an explanation of the manufacturing processes and eight panoramics, or scenic wallpapers, manufactured by Zuber of Rixheim. The themes displayed are historical scenes.
Its collection is regularly enriched thanks to archeological excavations conducted in Strasbourg and Alsace under the aegis of the Regional Service of Archeology. Temporary exhibits presented each year keep visitors up-to-date on archaeological events in the region, making the Archaeological Museum a living showcase for French archaeological research in the heart of Rhenish society, a.o. … Read more » “Archaeological Museum Strasbourg”
The castle was built in 1279 as a fortress of the Habsburger. It was destroyed during the Thirty Years war (1618-1648), but rebuilt after 1840. The castle is open to the public and houses a museum and organizes events.
The Museum (Musée Historique) tells the city’s history from the Stone Age to the present days. A theme path through the museum gives a deeper perspective of the city’s Roman, Celt, Frank) past and the old local lifestyles.