The star of the exhibition is a large relief map of Strasbourg in 1725 that reproduces the city and its nearby geographical environment at a scale of 1:600. When viewed from behind a glass partition, the relief map becomes part of a 3D multimedia show in which virtual images interact with the surface of the map, playfully recounting the city’s eventful history. Visitors outside the partition can still enjoy the map as part of the exhibition but remain oblivious to the multimedia show until they make their way into the right position. A user-friendly, hands-free audio guide is an integral part of the exhibition and is triggered automatically at various locations thanks to state-of-the-art technology. The exhibition includes audio, video, 3D multimedia, hands-on exhibits, and 1500 pieces from the museum’s collection.