Musée Tomi Ungerer
Place de la République
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Musée Tomi Ungerer information
A tribute to one of Strasbourg’s most famous sons – award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Tomi Ungerer – this museum, just northeast of Grande Île, is housed in the fetching Villa Greiner. The collection discloses the artist’s love of dabbling in many genres, from children’s book illustrations to satirical drawings and erotica.