They house upper-Rhenish art here; that means art produced on the higher lands of Rhine river. Most of the collection is from the early middle ages to 1681 and includes sculptures, glass windows, architectural fragments and building plans of Strasbourg Cathedral, all of which come under four thematically distinct art types. the painted works of several masters such as Peter Hemmel von Andlau, NiclasGerhaert van Leyden, Ivo Strigel, KonradWitz, Hans Baldung and Sebastian Stoskopff. Other items in the museum's collection include bits of remains of other churches from the city.
- Audioguides free
- Inaccessible to people of limited mobility
- 6€- Adults, 3€- Students
- Entry is free for children seventeen and under.
- Free entry for disabled, unemployed.
- Trams A and D Langstross - Grand'Rue
- Buses at Strasbourg Historical Museum
- Crep Mille
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49.5% of people who visit Strasbourg include Musee De L'oeuvre Notre Dame in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
53.77% of people start their Musee De L'oeuvre Notre Dame visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Musee De L'oeuvre Notre Dame
76.61% of people prefer walking in order to reach Musee De L'oeuvre Notre Dame
People normally club together Place Gutenberg, Parking Gutemberg and Historical Museum Of Strasbourg , Musee Historique De Strasbourg while planning their visit to Musee De L'oeuvre Notre Dame.
Mostly statutes from religious places. Lovely quiet garden that needs some tender loving care. Some religious objects and lots of steps.
It's nice, but nothing unforgettable. If you have a one day pass for the museums of the city, it's ok to go in. Otherwise be aware of being REALLY interested in this kind of museum. It's not worth for everybody to pay for it.
Unique. It takes you to medieval age. Worth visiting, I highly recommend it if you love art and history. For free on Sunday.
Awesome museum! It is a good place to visit for those who love to medieval age history.
Original statues from the cathedral