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Current exhibitions

Exhibition: the Book of Kells revisited

 Eglise St Joseph

Exhibition: the work of Kaiji KAWAGUCHI: a dialogue between past and present.

 Corps de Garde

Exhibition - Colour, glory and beauty.

 Musée Unterlinden

Exposition Jouer est un art : les réserves se dévoilent

 Musée du jouet

Exhibition - Nature-s at the Espace d'art Contemporain A. Malraux.


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Schweitzer Center  

Adress :
126 Rue du Général de Gaulle, 68240 Kaysersberg Vignoble
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Opening hours :
Open Wednesday to Monday from 10.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 5.30pm. Closed on Tuesdays, throughout January, 1 May and 25 December.


Annual leaves :
Closed the entire month of January.

 : English  : German

Descriptif lieu


In the footsteps of Kaysersberg-born Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert Schweitzer, the Centre Schweitzer invites you to enjoy a unique and enriching experience. This interpretation centre is dedicated to the universalist message of peace.

Who was Albert Schweitzer?

Albert Schweitzer, born in Kaysersberg in 1875, is an emblematic figure of humanism. A doctor, theologian, musician and philosopher, he devoted his life to humanitarian aid and the promotion of peace. Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952, he is best known for his medical work in Africa, where he founded a hospital in Lambaréné, Gabon. His commitment to freedom, tolerance and mutual respect continues to inspire generations around the world.

A fun and original visit

The Schweitzer Centre in Kaysersberg offers an interactive tour based on the humanist principles so dear to Albert Schweitzer. Thanks to modern facilities and the use of digital technologies, immerse yourself in the world of this great man and discover his ideas through permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Benefits and access to the Centre Schweitzer

Take advantage of the reduced rate on the first Sunday of every month for an outing with family or friends.

What's more, the temporary exhibitions, shop and bookshop are free of charge. It's the perfect opportunity to expand your knowledge or find inspiring souvenirs.

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Jours d'ouverture et horaires


From May 2nd 2024 to December 31th 2024
Start hours
  Open Wednesday to Monday from 10.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 5.30pm. Closed on Tuesdays, throughout January, 1 May and 25 December.

informations


Theme
  History
Durée de l'activité
  1h30 min
Closing day
  Tuesday

Tarifs


Rate
  Rates (in €) 7 €
  Child rate 5 €
Avantages tarifaires
  Free for children (age limit) 6
  Fixed price package for families (minimum number of people) 3
  Group (minimum number of people) 11
Moyen de paiement
  Credit card
  Cheque
  Cash

LOCALISATION

126 Rue du Général de Gaulle, 68240 Kaysersberg Vignoble

Nearest Station : 10

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