- What to do in mulhouse ?
- Proposed stays and full-day itineraries
Travel through the largest open-air, living museum in France and visit the timber houses, farms, school, chapel, train station, artisan studios, sawmill, etc.
Waggis, costumed characters with large smiles, messy hair and enormous red noses, parade down the streets to the music of costumed Guggamusik groups.
The Onion Festival in Mulhouse is a time to meet up and celebrate friendship, to show the city’s joie de vivre and to take the time to honour the region, its cultural heritage and its traditions.
Specialities from Alsace, as well as from across the world, await in a delightful melting pot of cultures, typical of Mulhouse: here, there are more than 130 nationalities! Cookery workshops are also on offer at the heart of Mulhouse’s covered market.
Passing by the ruins of medieval castles and through quaint flower-decked villages, it invites you to discover more than 1,000 Alsatian wine growers and the 7 regional grape varieties at the heart of picturesque timeless villages.
Of course, you can’t visit Alsace without tasting its famous wines. Riesling, muscat, pinot gris, sylvaner… won’t hold any secrets anymore! Enter in the depths of a cellar and appreciate its nectar with the winegrowers.
The Saint Louis Brewery throws open its doors to visitors for a unique opportunity to discover the process behind the production of pale, red or brown ale using traditional Alsatian methods with hops and malt from the region.
Located at the heart of Alsace for more than 150 years, the Sources de Soultzmatt have acquired a unique know-how which is now combined with ultra-modern techniques to produce high quality drinks.
Step into a world of sweet treats and mouth-watering avours at Chocolate factory Abtey! Unleash your inner Willy Wonka, learn the history of chocolate and how it’s made from harvesting cocoa beans to tasting a square of chocolate.