Reopened at the end of 2015, the Musée Unterlinden today covers almost 7,000 years of history. Your tour of the museum begins in the medieval cloister, where you can admire various works, including those of Colmar painter Martin Schongauer and the unmissable Isenheim Altarpiece, a world-famous masterpiece by Grünewald. You then continue into an underground gallery dedicated to art from the 19th century, and creating a firm link between the museum’s old and contemporary collections. You conclude your visit in a building created by architects Herzog & de Meuron. Here, you can discover the museum’s modern collections, including a superb Guernica tapestry by Jacqueline de la Baume-Dürrbach.