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


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

Walking Tales

There’s so much to discover by walking in the footsteps of J.F. Oberlin.

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

The first Sunday of every month at 2 pm.

Price: full price €8, reduced rate: €4 (museum admission included).


« 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)


“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.


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.