The Ecomusée d’Alsace is the largest open-air museum in France and it’s organised like an Alsatian village from the beginning of the 20th century. It brings to life the region’s rural heritage and shows the popular arts and traditions from Alsace: buildings and collector’s items, artisans at work, exhibitions, daily activities and large events.
This museum has seminar rooms in authentic Alsatian houses that can accommodate up to 120 people, a large event hall can be used to organise events for 600 people and Le Taverne Restaurant can seat 200 people.
And for your group, many activities are offered such as participatory workshops, paper chase games and barge and carriage tours. An adjacent hotel can host 80 people.
|Salle de l’Horloge||83||25||50||-||-|
|Halle des Fêtes||1000||-||500||700||600|
|Salle des Charpentiers||130||30||50||-||-|
|Salle des Cigognes||160||-||120||150||100|