Remembrance tourism and the Maginot Line

Because our destination is also a land of memory…

Unmissable vestiges mark a past that Alsace has known for several periods, especially during the Second World War. Several restored works are open to the public and offer tours!

The Maginot Line, the Schoenenbourg Fort, the Casemate, Vault Museum… But certain places of memory of the Jewish heritage, will open their doors to you to retrace the past of our territory.

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Jewish cemetery

Jewish cemetery

Haguenau
The Jewish cemetery of Haguenau is one of the oldest in Alsace. Burials of the XVII, XVIII, and…
Memorial Museum of Fighting and Liberation in Northern Alsace

Memorial Museum of Fighting and Liberation in Northern Alsace

Walbourg
This brand new museum offers an exhibition space of over 462 m² with more than 3…
Caschate Esch

Caschate Esch

Had
Located on the edge of the village of Hatten, the Esch casemate museum evokes both its role in…
Jewish Cemetery

Jewish Cemetery

Ettendorf
16th cemetery spanning 9 hectares. It is one of the oldest in Alsace and…
Synagogue

Synagogue

Brumath
The Brumath synagogue is hidden at the end of a courtyard, bordered by trees. Dating back to 1801,…
Synagogue

Synagogue

Haguenau
Built in 1820-21 in neoclassical style, it was sacked during the Occupation, damaged by…
Maginot Line Museum - Schoenenbourg Fort

Maginot Line Museum - Schoenenbourg Fort

Hunspach
An unforgettable visit along 3 km long galleries 30 m underground to understand…
Vault Museum

Vault Museum

Had
The Shelter, located 1 km behind the Maginot Line, was used by the barracks during the war…