With your Family

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"Bringing a partner? No problem! But for three or four people it can get a little complicated! The number and age of the children all impact your budget and influence your choice of holiday and activities. Where to go in Alsace this weekend? What activities are on offer there? Indeed, planning a family holiday or weekend isn’t the simplest of tasks...”

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I have two boys myself, aged 10 and 13, and I’ve often been short of ideas on how to keep them occupied. So to help you make the most of your family days out, here’s my list of suggestions of things to do in and around Guebwiller. 

Let's play

If you’re playful and curious by nature, you might be tempted by one of our many treasure hunts. There’s something to suit every taste: fun walks and bike rides in town or in the mountains, Christmas treasure hunts and geocaching trails. We even propose games for download on your pad or smartphone, and an Escape Game for older children! If your children still need to let off steam, they can bring their kick-scooters to our recreational areas and parks, which are also ideal places to walk, go on the swings... and enjoy a snack.


  • Chasse aux trésors de Noël à Guebwiller Crédit: Gregory Tachet
  • Balade à vélo dans la région de Guebwiller Crédit: Gregory Tachet
  • Aire de loisirs de Lautenbach Crédit: Gregory Tachet

A FAVOURITE

If there’s one place in the Guebwiller area to take the family, it has to be the Alsace Ecomuseum! I love this vast open-air museum. You’ll discover half-timbered houses, ancient occupations and the Alsatian culture... Small children will appreciate the old-style merry-go-rounds and farm animals and can enjoy a ride on a boat or in a cart!
  • Spectacle des pigeons voyageurs Crédit: Parc du Petit Prince
  • Aire de jeux au Parc du Petit Prince Crédit: Alicia Andres

DRAW ME A SHEEP

If you’re looking for fun and thrills, I’d especially recommend the “Parc du Petit Prince” for a trip to the planet of Saint Exupery’s hero, the little prince. Captive hot-air balloon rides, aerobar, log flume, roller coaster, trampolines, animal shows and 4D cinema... The children will love it and so will you!

NOT TO BE MISSED

Besides these amusing excursions, there’s the Vivarium du Moulin, teeming with little creatures, and the wonderful 3-storey toys museum, La Nef des Jouets!
  • Découverte de la Nef des jouets Crédit: Gregory Tachet
  • Vivarium du moulin Crédit: Gregory Tachet
  • Insecte au Vivarium du moulin Crédit: Gregory Tachet

“Don’t hesitate to ask for your kids guide, it’s full of going-out ideas! For some great savings, pick up your “hoppla pass” voucher book, on sale at Guebwiller Tourist Office”

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Valérie grew up in a family whose traditions are 100% Alsatian, with a troubadour father and a mother who has a passion for good food! She takes pleasure in sharing her favourite tips to make your stay as authentic as possible. I'm originally from the Potassic Basin and my family were very attached to the traditions of Alsace. We enjoy big get-togethers with family or friends in a festive atmosphere accompanied by music, good food and Alsace wine. I’ll be delighted to give you my advice and handy tips to ensure you go away with a host of happy memories! “Because Alsace is a great place to live”, bis bol! (Alsatian for “see you soon”)

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