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The Toy Museum of Colmar
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The Toy Museum of Colmar
The Toy Museum of Colmar has been celebrating the enchanting innocence of childhood since it opened its doors in 1993. With an eclectic collection of toys ranging from 19th-century rocking horses, board games, puzzles, and dolls to the contemporary toys of today, the museum experience shows how toys and games reflect the sensibilities of each era. Brimming with nostalgia and charm, it's a fascinating, playful visitor experience that reveals there's a lot to be learned from good old-fashioned fun!
Unterlinden Museum
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Unterlinden Museum
Once a monastery, now a museum filled with masterpieces from the Middle Ages to modern art, there's no shortage of things to see in the Unterlinden Museum.The star of the show is the Isenheim Altarpiece, a prime example of German Renaissance work, but visitors will also find paintings by Picasso, decorative French furniture, and even archaeological finds. Spanning some 7,000 years and with 3,500 pieces in their collection, the Unterlinden Museum is the perfect place to get lost for any lover of culture.
Choco Story Colmar
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Choco Story Colmar
Choco Story Colmar is an interactive chocolate-themed museum attraction in Colmar, France. Inside, visitors are taken on a journey through time, discovering the history of the cocoa bean, and how it became one of the most widely and popular used ingredients in the world. In addition to interactive exhibits and some delicious-looking chocolate sculptures (like a 300kg Statue of Liberty), chocolate-making demonstrations and tastings sweeten the deal considerably!
Le Parc du Petit Prince
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Le Parc du Petit Prince
Le Parc du Petit Prince is a family-friendly theme park located in Ungersheim, on the border of France, Germany and Switzerland. It is inspired by the work of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Écomusée d'Alsace
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Écomusée d'Alsace
The Écomusée d’Alsace is the largest, living open-air museum in France. It allows visitors to explore an Alsatian village from the early 20th century. The village features over 70 reconstructed, typically furnished, traditional 1850s to 1950s Alsatian buildings. It is located in Ungersheim, France.