Eglise Des DominicainsCurrently Closed
- Address: Place des Dominicains, 68000 Colmar, France
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-389244657
- Ticket Price: 1 EUR
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Cathedral
Eglise Des Dominicains - Review
The Eglise des Dominicans or the Dominican church was built somewhere in the late 1200s. Over a period of time, the church has undergone many renovations, yet, it has still retained its tranquillity and charm. The major attractions within the church are the Virgin in the Rosebush- a masterpiece by Martin Schongauer, and the Issenheim Altarpiece.
Eglise Des Dominicains Information
- Other contact number is +33 389412720.
Eglise Des Dominicains Ticket Prices
- Till April 2015, there is exhibition on at the Church, so the entrance fee will be €8 per person.
How To reach Eglise Des Dominicains by Public Transport
- Colmar (F) Théâtre, Frankreich bus stop
- Colmar (F) Champ de Mars, Frankreich bus stop
Restaurants Near Eglise Des Dominicains
- Brasserie Restaurant les Dominicains
- Fresh Bar
- Cote Cour-Cote Four
- Restaurant Bartholdi
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Things to Know Before Visiting Eglise Des Dominicains
95% of people who visit Colmar include Eglise Des Dominicains in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
39.55% of people start their Eglise Des Dominicains visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Eglise Des Dominicains
61.45% of people prefer walking in order to reach Eglise Des Dominicains
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Eglise Des Dominicains, Colmar Reviews
This church is beautiful and is a must-see for those traveling in the region. It is not quite like any others I have seen nearby.
Horrible "museum" this is a church with an entrance fee, no bathroom and only three paintings. there are pieces of glass and wood strewn about.
Church with entrance fee? It's a museum!
For the entrance fee, this is a very well maintained church with a spectacular Alsatian painting.
The church itself is beautiful, though the admission fee is a bit high and they offer no ITIC discount. Albeit we visited the church to see the altarpiece, what charmed me most wasn't that but the closter (which you have to look for, 'cause they do not highlight its entrance) and the collection of old books and music sheets they display.