Between 1870 and 1945, Alsacians and Mosellans (natives of the region) changed their nationality four times as their borders became a flashpoint for the Franco-German rivalry.
Visit the Alsace-Moselle Memorial and find out all about the unique history of the region; from life on the Maginot Line and the destruction of World War II to Franco-German reconciliation and the reconstruction of Europe.
The last addition to the permanent exhibition is dedicated to Europe, Chemins d’Europe, complements the visitor experience, providing a historical perspective of European history and European integration since 1945.
|Monday − Sunday|
|09:30 – 18:00||Last entry 17:00|
The price for a visitor group is 8€ per person and requires a minimum of 15 people.