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Museum of heritage and Alsatian Judaism and temporary exhibition

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Contact Information

6 rue du Général Leclerc
67440 Marmoutier
Tel : 03 88 02 36 30
musee.marmoutier@orange.fr
Website : www.museedemarmoutier.fr/

Information - Reservations

Musée du Patrimoine et du Judaïsme Alsacien
6 rue du Général Leclerc
67440 Marmoutier
Tel : 03 88 02 36 30
musee.marmoutier@orange.fr
Website : www.museedemarmoutier.fr


Member of the Tourist Office of : Marmoutier
Membre de : Association des musées d'Alsace
Musée où se déroule l'évènement : Marmoutier - Musée du Patrimoine et du Judaïsme alsacien

Location

Distance and name of nearest railway station (km) : 6 km - Saverne

Location : In the town/village centre

Accessibility : En voiture

Description

Languages spoken :

  • English
  • German

Animals accepted : No

Opening hours : De mai a octobre dimanches et jours feriés 10h-12h et 14h-18h - De juillet a septembre du Lund au samedi 14h-17h

Collection owner : association

Themes :

  • Arts et traditions populaires
  • Ethnography
  • History

Type of site to visit :

  • Monument, remarkable house
  • Museum and planetarium

Opening hours : De mai a octobre dimanches et jours feriés 10h-12h et 14h-18h - De juillet a septembre du Lund au samedi 14h-17h


The Museum of Folk Arts is housed in a rural patrician Renaissance residence built in 1590. Its collections are not designed to make the visitors long for the past, but they re-create daily life in the 18th and 19th centuries, with its joys and sorrows, its pains and joys. They also include specific objects. On the ground-floor, in a large room adorned with an authentic polychrome ceiling, a temporary exhibition (renewed every other year) introduces the visitor to antique techniques, forgotten rites, ancient everyday life utensils… A floor is devoted to ceramics but it is not restricted to earthenware produced in Betschdorf and Soufflenheim. It gives evidence that sandstone and baked clay could also be used for decorative, festive and ritual uses. The molds on exhibit show that they were used for different festivals throughout the year and according to the ages of life. A recent extension makes it possible to get a better insight into the life of the Jewish rural communities. The Museum exhibits a complete range of ritual accessories used by Jews, either at home or in a synagogue. In the early Middle Ages, Jewish communities settled near large abbeys and the community of Marrmoutier was booming in the mid-19th century. The Kochersberg hinterland is not a rich farmland but the craft industry was prosperous and the abbey was one of the best customers. The building trades organized into a powerful guild whereas other activities were developed in its wake, under the supervision of the blacksmith, the “master of fire”.

Rates

Tarifs anné prochaine :

  • Adulte : 4 €
  • Groupe : 4 €
  • Groupes scolaires : 2 €


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Coordinates

48.6906381
7.3809671
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