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Bartholdi Museum

30 rue des Marchands
68000 Colmar
Musée Bartholdi
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The house where Auguste Bartholdi (1834 - 1904) was born at the heart of the old town of Colmar, houses a museum dedicated to this emblematic artist. In the rooms spread over 3 stories, models of his monuments from several towns are on display. A special place is reserved for the original models of Bartholdi's masterpieces, the Statue of Liberty in New York and the Lion of Belfort. You can also visit the living quarters with the family's furniture and the artist's personal memorabilia, not forgetting the room with a beautiful collection of Jewish art and another reserved for temporary exhibitions.

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Languages spoken : Français Allemand Anglais Italien Japonais

Package visits offered: Free visit, Guided tour for groups

Animals accepted: No

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30 rue des Marchands
68000 Colmar

Tél : 03 89 49 57 40
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Location: Near public car parks, In the town/village centre, Pedestrian area

Distance and name of nearest railway station (km): Colmar - 1km

Altitude (m): 194

Accessibility: With a pram/young children, By bus, By train, By bike, By car all year round

Opening hours: Museum closed in January and February, on Tuesdays. Open from 01/03 to 31/12: 10am-12am and 2pm-6pm.

Weekly closing on: Tuesday

Rates in €:

Child rate0

Discounted rates:

Free for children (age limit)18
Group (minimum number of people)10
Other special offers3,50 € for senior citizens and teachers