prepare your visit

All the practical information for your visit

 

Admission fee

  • Adults: 5€
  • Children under 6: gratis
  • Children from 7 to 18: 4€
  • Family pass: 12€ (2 adults and children)
  • Reduced: 4€
  • Guided delight-tour (summer): entrance fee + 2€ per person

Payment options: credit/debit card, cash, cheque, holiday cheque (chèques vacances ANCV)

Free

  • Children under 7 accompanied by an adult
  • Owners of a museum pass
  • Tour guides
  • Teachers who prepare a visit with their class
  • Members of Grand Est (tourist information)
  • Members of the Association Maison du Pain d’Alsace

Reduced admission fee

  • Children (aged 7 to 18)
  • Students
  • Senior citizens (60+)
  • Unemployed people
  • People with disabilities
  • Cardholders of the “Pass Alsace”
  • Visitors of the Humanist Library (by showing the entrance ticket)
  • Groups (15 people and more)
  • Groups: 4€ per person
  • Guided tour: 85€ (1-hour-visit + 15 min tasting of the Alsatian specialties of our bakery)

Opening hours

October to November – January to April :
Tuesday to Friday from 9h to 12h30 and from 14h to 18h
Saturday and Sunday from 9h to 12h30 and from 14h to 17h30

December :
Every day from 9h to 18h – 18h30 on Tuesdays and Fridays
Open on 24 and 31/12 from 9h to 14h

Last entrance into the museum 30min before closure

Closed :
From October 29th to November 1st, 2018
From January 14th to February 4th, 2019
January 1st, May 1st, November 1st, December 25th and December 26th

Shop and Restaurant

In our shop, we offer a variety of Alsatian objects and gourmet-specialties. Recipe books for bread, but also around the Alsatian gastronomy are available.
From May to September, you can enjoy our tartines, prepared with local products, as well as our quiche specialties in our coffee shop or on the terrace. There is a big selection of cakes and other desserts offered all day long.

Group visits

The Maison du Pain d’Alsace can be visited in groups – free or guided – upon reservation. The visit lasts one hour and ends with a 15-minute, commented tasting of our specialties.

Entrance fee without guidance: 4€ per person
Entrance fee with guidance: 4€ per person + 85€ for the guidance for the whole group

The meals

The historical room of the Bakers’ Association (Zunft-room) welcomes groups with or without a visit of the museum for a meal. Several options are offered :

  • – Breakfast
  • – Lunch
  • – Aperitif
  • – Coffee and dessert

Please ask for offers and prizes. Upon reservation only.

General conditions for your visit

Procedure of the guided tour

A guide of the Office de Tourisme of Selestat or a guide of the Maison du Pain d’Alsace takes you around the museum. The visit lasts one hour and ends with a 15min tasting of our specialties.

Number of participants per guided tour

The maximum number of visitors per group is 25 people. Plan an additional visit if you are 26 people or more. In case of a delay, please inform us under the number +33 3 88 58 45 90. In case of a cancellation within 24 hours before the visit, the group will have to pay for the visit.

Payment

The payment takes place in the Maison du Pain d’Alsace on the day of your visit. The payment with a voucher or with a receipt is possible.

Insurance and responsibility

The participants of the visit have to be covered by a personal liability insurance for any damage caused. The managing board rejects any responsibility for any damage which happens to the participants during their stay.

AROUND THE MAISON DU PAIN D’ALSACE

Selestat and its surroundings offer colourful landscapes. Any colour has its atmosphere and its specialties! A stay in this beautiful corner of Alsace allows you to visit the one or other marvellous attraction.

The massif of Haut-Koenigsbourg

Put a hilly landscape with castles and forests in front of the scenery of the blue Vosges: You will discover the incomparable Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg, the Montagne des Singes (park that accommodates more than 200 monkeys in total liberty) and the Volerie des Aigles (spectacular raptor show). Laughter and emotions to share with the family!

The vineyard

Vineyards as far as you can see, a street that meanders through the vineyards, the bright pink of geraniums on the balconies of half-timbered houses remind you that you find yourself in the picturesque Alsace, the one of the Route des Vins and the blooming villages. Simplicity, authenticity, and smiles await you in the basements of the villages of Châtenois, Dieffenthal, Kintzheim, Scherwiller and Orschwiller – destinations for a tasting.

Le Ried

Here, the expression “green” becomes as real as never before. Le Ried is a unique patchwork with large fields, dense forests and a preserved wildlife. A true little jungle which one can explore barefoot by following the trail “SensoRied” or by taking a bike or canoe tour in the regional nature reserve of “Illwald”.

The city of Selestat

Selestat, called the city of art and history, this city of old stones, brown colours, witnesses of past centuries. Each side street is a time travel, historic, lively and active, the city is home to an extraordinary heritage, varied styles and epochs. Located in the heart of the historic centre, the Humanist Library, a treasure of the Renaissance, brings an exceptional collection of ancient works (VII to XVI century) to light. It is impossible to miss the giant Sletto, whose legend tells that he founded the city of Selestat. A tour invites you to follow the tracks of this illustrated figure.

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