Barr was originally located in the Alsace department of north astern France. The mayor was Gilbert Scholly at that time the population was more than 10,000 as of good city. Barr was originally the imperial property of France
1. Musée du Cristal
Musee Du Cristal is situated in the Bas-Rhin department of France. The museum is the home of former directors,You are going to discover over 700 objects of ancient time more than two centuries ago. The vast majority of the germs engraved, carved, Embelished with gold or decorative pieces.
Every year there will be an exhibition to display these items from June to October in the chapel near the museum.
2. Musée de la Faïence
Musee De la Faïence museum is a collection of ceramics items, such as cups, saucers, potteries that are made 100 years ago. The museum is big and a collection of good ceramic sculptures. These ceramics items are also made for gardeners. The crockerys are made perfectly with beautiful designs that are stored in the museum with a safety protection.
The timings are listed below:
Monday to Saturday:
9am to 12pm and 14pm to 18pm
Sundays and holidays:
10am to 12pm and 14pm to 18pm
3. Musée de la Folie Marco
Musée de la Folie Marco is a museum that is located in the Barr of Bas-Rhin department of France. The building was built in eighteenth century A.D in the middle of a park. This museum consists of a collection of furniture, porcelain, and earthernware’s an overview of regional productions.