Musée des Arts décoratifs Strasbourg Places to visit and times required

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The museum on the ground floor of Rohan Palace is the Strasbourg Museum of Decorative Arts.

Late Baroque and Rococo rooms are displayed as they would have looked at the time, and the opulence of the rooms is overwhelming.

There is also a wide range of exhibits, including a display of parts of the old astronomical clock of Strasbourg Cathedral, 17th-19th century ceramics, and Strasbourg goldsmith’s work.

In this issue, we would like to introduce you to the Museum of Decorative Arts, where you can experience the history of Strasbourg.

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Musée des Arts décoratifs

Location

Musée des Arts décoratifs strasbourg

Address:2 Place du Château, 67000 Strasbourg, France

Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday 10:00~18:00

Closed: Tuesday.

Prices

Musée des Arts décoratifs tickets.

Normal price : 7.5€

Reduced price : 3.5 € (e.g. students up to the age of 25, people aged 60 and over)

If you want to see more than one museum, a day ticket is less expensive.

1 day-pass

Normal price : 16 €
Reduced price : 8 €

3 day-pass

Normal price : 20 €
Reduced price : 12 €

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The time required

There is a lot to see, but it is not very big, so you can manage to get around in about 30-40 minutes.

If you want to see a bit more slowly, about an hour should be enough.

History

It was founded in 1890 and moved to Rohan Palace in 1898.

The exhibition focuses on ceramics, goldsmith’s work, and tapestries.

Exterior

Exterior view of Rohan Palace.

The exterior of the building is a Rohan Palace and is a sight to behold.

The entrance is at the far end of the main entrance, on the left.

The location is a little confusing.

Note that the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Strasbourg Museum, and the Archaeological Museum have the same entrance.

Entrance

The entrance to the Museum of Decorative Arts is behind a door by the stairs.

Salle du Synode

Salle du Synode

The door at the back is the entrance and exit.

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Les appartements du palais Rohan

Salle du Synode

Salle du Synode

The area was used as an entrance and dining area.

Salon des évêques

Salon des évêques

It is called the Bishop’s Lounge.

Salon des évêques

Salon des évêques

The walls were originally decorated with bishops’ paintings.

Chambre du roi

Chambre du roi

It is called the King’s bedroom.

Windows overlook the River ill.

Salon d'Assemblée

Salon d’Assemblée

The tapestry is impressive.

Salon d'Assemblée

Salon d’Assemblée

Bibliothèque

Bibliothèque

Library.

Bibliothèque,

Bibliothèque

Buste du cardinal de Rohan(central

Bibliothèque

Bibliothèque

Mahogany bookcase.

Autel de la chapelle

Autel de la chapelle

The chapel.

The carpet dates from 1743.

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

Bedroom of Napoleon I.

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

Chambre de Napoléon Ier

 Chambre à coucher des princes-évêques

Chambre à coucher des princes-évêques

 Chambre à coucher des princes-évêques

Chambre à coucher des princes-évêques

Faïence de Strasbourg

The porcelain manufacturer was run by three generations of the Hannong family.

The first generation, Charles-François Hannong, moves from the Netherlands to Strasbourg.

Successful production of stoves.

His eldest son Paul Hannong produces multi-colored pieces.

The company went bankrupt in 1780.

The museum has a large number of ceramics on display.

Faïence de Strasbourg
 Poêle-cheminée à deux corps superposés, en faïence et en fonte

Poêle-cheminée à deux corps superposés, en faïence et en fonte

(Stoves made of ceramic and cast iron)

Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
Porcelaine et bronze Manufacture de Fürstenberg, 1893

Porcelaine et bronze Manufacture de Fürstenberg, 1893

(Pot made of porcelain and bronze).

Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
TERRINE EN FORME DE DINDON(peafowl) TERRINE EN FORME DE HURE DE SANGLIER(wild boar)

TERRINE EN FORME DE HURE DE SANGLIER(wild boar)

TERRINE EN FORME DE DINDON(peafowl)

Faïence de Strasbourg
Faïence de Strasbourg
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L’HORLOGERIE

Works from the 14th to 18th centuries are on display.

The first and second astronomical clocks of Strasbourg Cathedral are on display as they were.

It is interesting to compare the astronomical clock with the one currently in the cathedral.

COQ AUTOMATE(Rooster) Left side.

COQ AUTOMATE(Rooster) Left side.

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L'HORLOGERIE
L'HORLOGERIE
L'HORLOGERIE
L'HORLOGERIE

ORFÈVRERIE STRASBOURGEOISE

The exhibition focuses on Strasbourg goldsmithing.

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ORFÈVRERIE STRASBOURGEOISE
ORFÈVRERIE STRASBOURGEOISE
ORFÈVRERIE STRASBOURGEOISE
ORFÈVRERIE STRASBOURGEOISE
MIROIR DE TOILETTE

MIROIR DE TOILETTE

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Summary

The luxurious European-style rooms are still to be admired.

Each room looks different and you will never get bored of looking at it.

There is an impressive amount of ceramics and porcelain, which can also be enjoyed to the full, as it has a character not found in other museums.

Furthermore, as far as the Astronomical Clock is concerned, you will enjoy it more if you have seen the Astronomical Clock in Strasbourg Cathedral.

Thank you again for reading to the end of this issue.

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