LCA Top Tour
Gathered around a Gothic-style Dominican cloister, this museum hides a prized collection of medieval stone statues, late-15th-century...
Maison des Têtes
True to its name, this step-gabled house, built in 1609 for a wealthy wine merchant, is festooned with 106 grimacing faces and heads of...
Église des Dominicains
This desanctified Gothic church shelters the celebrated triptych La Vierge au Buisson de Roses (The Virgin in the Rose Bush), painted...
Next to the Musée d’Unterlinden, this is Colmar’s biggest stage, hosting concerts, ballet, plays and even the occasional opera.
Choco en Têtes
Edible art describes this chocolatier’s seasonally inspired truffles and pralines. Kids love the chocolate stork eggs.
Lonely Planet review
Reservations can be made via Colmar’s tourist office. Most tours depart from the office on place de la Gare.