The museum, built by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte opened to the public in 2011. It is a must-see attraction for Lalique enthusiasts, beautifully encapsulating the artist’s entire creative output. In particular, the costume jewellery exhibited illustrates the radical new wave of jewellery design created by René Lalique.
Discover the diverse golf courses located just a few kilometers from Château Hochberg.
Stay at Château Hochberg and enjoy the proximity to the golf courses located in Bitche (Ranked in the Top Ten in Europe), La Wantzenau or even Baden-Baden in Germany.
Discover Bitche Golf Course
Château de La Petite Pierre
The fortified Château de La Petite Pierre was built during the 13th century and extensively renovated by Vauban in 1684. The castle was a strategic stronghold, controlling a route from Alsace to Lorraine. Today, it serves as the headquarters of the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park. The castle houses a permanent exhibition on the history of the Northern Vosges region and of the château itself. Visitors can learn about the reasons behind the award of protected status, and the park’s objectives. Well worth a visit!
CHÂTEAU DE LICHTENBERG
The Château de Lichtenberg today is a centre where artistic creativity of many kinds is nurtured. In 2010 it became a Centre d’Interprétation du Patrimoine (CIP), which is supported by the Conseil Général du Bas-Rhin (the departmental authority). The remaining walls of the castle form part of one of the region’s most magnificent sites. A must-see!
An easy hour’s drive away, or 35 minutes by train (from Wingen-sur-Moder station). Take the opportunity to (re-)discover this city’s many and diverse charms: from the Cathedral to the Petite France district, the European institutions and the Palais Rohan. Strasbourg is a city not to be missed!