Palais de Rohan is a lovely baroque building constructed between 1732 and 1742, which now houses three important museums. It’s worthwhile to take a high-speed look about. History buffs and art fans will want to linger in each museum on individual floors.
The first floor houses the exquisite apartments of the Cardinal de Rohan and the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, where you’ll find decorative arts, such as ceramics, metal works, and mechanical objects.
The Musee des Beaux-Arts is located on the first and second floors and displays 14th through 19th-century fine art. Among the European artists, you’ll find work by Rubens, Goya, and Botticelli.
In the basement, have a look at historic sculptures, frescos, and everyday artifacts from various areas of Alsace dating back to the Roman era in the Musee Archeologique.