Musee D'unterlinden, Colmar
Musee D'unterlinden, Colmar - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1, rue Unterlinden, F-68000 Colmar, France
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Musee D'unterlinden, Colmar
The Musee d’Unterlinden (under the linden tress) is housed on the site of the former Dominican convent of Unterlinden. The museum’s collections include paintings, sculptures and objects from the 12th to the 16th centuries. On the first floor, you’ll find Folk art and traditional decorative arts. The basement houses modern and contemporary permanent and temporary exhibitions. It also houses archaeological artefacts. Visitors arrive from across the globe to admire Grunewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece.
Musee D'unterlinden Information
- Other contact number is +33 0389201550.
Musee D'unterlinden Ticket Prices
- Adult- €8, Senior Citizens- €6, Children (12-18) and Students (under 30)- €5, Children under 12 and differently abled- Entry free (audio guide charges of €3 apply).
How To reach Musee D'unterlinden by Public Transport
- Theatre Stop bus stop
Restaurants Near Musee D'unterlinden
- Restaurant Le Theatre
- Brasserie Unterlinden
- Restaurant Pfeffel
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Beautifully laid out in clean stark white with good trilingual labelling of all items. The museum makes good use of the old convent building. The famous altarpiece and associated church works of early sixteenth century are the stars of the show and get a beautiful display space. Some interesting mediaeval artworks, a few scraps of precious Merovingian art and some provincial Gallo-Roman work, then a nice display of mainly Alsatian artists to the modern day round out an interesting collection. Wine buffs should not miss the small room of eighteenth century winemaking equipment on the lowest level.
The altarpiece is similar to another one I have seen but only in the first panel. The other scenes are very interesting. But there is enough other stuff to occupy most of a day there. We were there so long we wound up eating lunch there.
A bit of everything. Religious art, Art, relics and finds from Alsace up the ages to show life in the area. Build itself is an old convent. Main piece is a very nice altarpiece that can be flipped throughout the year too show different messages/images.
Very interesting museum in a splendid old building. Various exhibitions.
This museum was a surprising discovery. A wide range of magnificent art works from the Isenheim alltar-pieces , through works by Holbein and Cranach to Monet, Picasso and Dubuffet displayed in a superb building. Well worth a visit .