Visit of the Seigneurie


Gratuit avec le Alsace Pass

A must-see place in Alsace to discover and play with heritage! Did you know that it only took four years to build a castle? Do you know the specificities of winegrower's houses, plain or mountain? Do you have an idea of the daily life and goldsmith work of winegrowers, tanners, cabinetmakers, blacksmiths? A new place to discover and play with heritage!

Since October 23, 2021, the Seigneurie offers: A VISIT ROUTE FOR FAMILIES. Integrated into the permanent exhibition route, about twenty new manipulations take place on the floors of the Seigneurie. Games of construction, observation, recognition or association, invite the public to discover the regional heritage in a fun and educational way. Charles Rouge, a former resident of the premises, will guide visitors through the various themes addressed in the exhibition rooms. Adapted to young and old alike, these new mediation tools are a new experience of independent visit of the Seigneury.


March-October-November-December :
From 2pm to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday

April to September :
From 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday

Closed on May 1st and December 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st.

Annual closure: January


03 88 08 65 24

la Seigneurie

A tool for local cultural development, "la Seigneurie" in Andlau were designed as a place of discovery and understanding of the heritage that makes up the territory of the Pays de Barr, and more generally of Alsace.The Heritage Interpretation Centre is housed in a former residence of the lords of Andlau, built in 1582-1583, characteristic of Renaissance noble architecture and therefore one of the emblematic monuments of the village.

Window open on its teritory, the permanent course occupies the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor of the Seigneurie and develops, on a surface of 700 m², themes related to landscapes and their natural resources, religious or secular architecture as well as the know-how that allowed their construction.

This diversity of heritage, natural and cultural, is declined from various angles: viticulture, half-timbered houses, the abbey of Andlau, Romanesque art, religious buildings, castles, the building of the Lordship and its archaeological excavations, town halls and town halls of the Pays de Barr.

For their 10th anniversary, the workshops of the Seigneurie are getting a makeover and become the Seigneurie. If the name and visual identity evolve, the spirit of the place remains intact and offers you an ever more playful and interactive discovery of the heritage and history of the Pays de Barr.