A season at the museum

Families

The Travelling Kitchen Garden

In the gardens, set off to find vegetables that were used in cooking in the 18th century.

Every Wednesday starting at 2 pm during school holidays.

Family Pass: €15 (museum admission included). Length: 1 h.

Cold Case at the Museum

Is the criminal hiding among the witnesses?

On Friday 26 July, 30 August and 25 October starting at 8 pm. Length: 1.5 h. Children 10 and up.

Price: adults €6 / children €4 / Family Pass €15 (museum admission included)

Rendez-vous aux jardins

“Book swaping in the garden”
June 5, 6 and 7 during the museum’s opening hours
Free entrance

Exhibition

« The Knitting Stoves 250 Years – Dreaming Education »

Until 29th June 2020

Free entry

Pleasant Trails

Discover the history of the sites associated with J.F. Oberlin, from a different perspective.

Wednesdays 29 July; 5 and 19 August from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Meet at the museum. Walking shoes required.

Registration at the tourist office of Schirmeck.

Walk & Talk

Discovering J.F. Oberlin, off the beaten path.

Monday 8 July from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Suitable for everyone. Meet at the museum. Walking shoes required.

The imaginary outdoor library trail

Discovery trail using the museum’s NFC app

Guided tour

Price: full price €8, reduced rate: €4

On the 3rd Sunday of the month at 3 pm. Length: 1.5 h.

Museum admission included.

Youth

What’s your colour?

Workshop for old crayons and young artists.

Every Thursday (July – August) at 3 p.m.  (length: 2 h)

Ages 4 and up. Price: €7

 

A story of landforms!

Create a big pop-up book of bad weather? Now there’s an original idea!

Every Monday (July – August) at 3 p.m. (lenght: 2h)

Ages 8 and up. Price: €7

Rendez-vous aux jardins

“Book swaping in the garden”
June 5, 6 and 7 during the museum’s opening hours
Free entrance

Adults

A Taste for Colour

A culinary workshop focusing on subtle cooking.

Wednesday 24 July, 21 August, 9 October and 6 November at 10 am (length 5 h).

Registration required. Price: €20 (lunch included).

Memento Mori

In this painting workshop, you’ll compose a still life and discover the art world of the 18th century.

Every Saturday from 1 July to 30 October at 2 pm (length 4 h).

Registration required. Price: €17

Curiosities

A creative workshop highlighting all of the collections.

Every Sunday from 1 July to 30 October at 2 pm (length 3 h).

Registration required. Price: € 20

Around the Stove

Introduction to knitting.

Ages 12 and up.

Saturday 19 October, 16 and 23 November at 2 pm (length 1.5 h)

Price: € 10

Little Papers

Showcase your gifts in surprising packaging!

Ages 12 and up.

Saturday 7 December at 2 pm (length 3 h)

Price: €15

Rendez-vous aux jardins

“Book swaping in the garden”
June 5, 6 and 7 during the museum’s opening hours
Free entrance

Exhibition

« The Knitting Stoves 250 Years – Dreaming Education »

Until 29th June 2020

Free entry

Pleasant Trails

Discover the history of the sites associated with J.F. Oberlin, from a different perspective.

Wednesdays 10 and 24 July; 14 and 21 August from 2 pm to 5 pm

Meet at the museum. Walking shoes required.

Guided tour

Price: full price €8, reduced rate: €4

On the 3rd Sunday of the month at 3 pm. Length: 1.5 h.

Museum admission included.

Cold Case at the Museum

Is the criminal hiding among the witnesses?

On Friday 26 July, 30 August and 25 October starting at 8 pm. Length: 1.5 h. Children 10 and up.

Price: adults €6 / children €4 / Family Pass €15 (museum admission included)

Lectures

“The Man Who Loved Books”

By Philippe Lutz, author and photographer

Sunday 7 July 2019 at 5 pm.

No entry fee.

 Les enfants en maternelle dans les zones sensibles : quel challenge !

Dimanche 21 juillet à 17 h

Alfred Oberlin, pédiatre

« L’instruction dans le Pays de Salm au temps d’Oberlin »

Dimanche 28 juillet à 17 h

Marie-Thérèse Fischer, historienne

« Jean Nicolas Marmet, un pasteur au cœur des guerres du XVIIe siècle »

Dimanche 8 septembre à 17 h

Denis Leypold, historien

“Condorcet and the Enlightenment”

By Gérard Chauveau, researcher in education

Sunday 29 September 2019 at 3 pm.

No entry fee.

« Éduquer, pourquoi ? »

Dimanche 13 octobre à 15 h

Loïc Chalmel, professeur et vice-président de l’Association du musée J. F. Oberlin.

Oberlin, ses Ecoles et ses « Maîtres » : Jean-David Bohy et  Sébastien Scheidecker…

Samedi 23 novembre à 17 h

Edmond Stussi, président de l’association du musée J. F. Oberlin.

Concerts

Musique et Histoire
« L’enfance en devenir »

Avec le quatuor Graines de flûte

Dimanche 18 août à 17 h à l’église de Waldersbach.

Entrée libre.