- What to do in mulhouse ?
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This neo-gothic reformed church, designed by the architect Jean-Baptiste Schacre, is the tallest Protestant building in France. Built on the site of the former Catholic parish church dating back to 1305, it inherited its magnificent stained-glass windows, created between 1324 and 1351 which depict scenes from the New and the Old Testament.
Located on the Romanesque Road of Alsace, the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Ottmarsheim is a fine example of 11th century Romanesque architecture. Built between 1020 and 1030 by Rudolf of Altenburg, one of the founders of the Habsburg family, it was consecrated in 1049 by the Alsatian Pope Leo IX.
Located in the remarkable setting of an old 14th century gothic convent, the Cultural Centre for the Dominicans of Upper Alsace in Guebwiller forms a bridge between heritage and modernity.
La Kunsthalle Mulhouse is a 700m² space dedicated to contemporary artistic creation. It invites visitors to share in a contemporary vision of art through temporary exhibitions, guided tours, unique events, debates,etc.
Created in 1864 and located in the magnificent setting of the former Town Hall, a testament to the Rhenish Renaissance, the Historical Museum boasts extremely rich collections (furniture and costumes, tools and toys, maps and portraits) with, in particular, the famous Klapperstein, the “gossip’s stone”, and reconstructions of period interiors.
The journey to the heart of the histroy of art offered by the Museum of Fine Arts starts in the 15th century, continues with the classic centuries, with the 19th century forming the highlight of the collections.
A unique cultural centre, the Filature-Scène Nationale puts on each season more than 50 theatre and dance shows, concerts circus productions and activities for youngsters as well as two festivals embracing international cultures and exchanges: “Vagamondes” devoted to cultures of the South and “Horizon” offering a trans-European perspective.
Change worlds! A dreamy and fun-filled theme park, the Parc du Petit Prince tales visitors of all ages on a trip to the home planet of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s hero.
Much more than just a casino, the Casino Barrière in Blotzheim can draw up events adapted to any request such as the organisation of dinner-shows and made-to-measure offers adapted to your wishes and budget.
From the Place de la Réunion, the heart of the medieval city, which is still imbued with the atmosphere of the past, to the Rue du Sauvage, home to the first department stores at the end of the 19th century, come and discover the history of Mulhouse.
Mulhouse’s history is also told on its walls! Dotted across the whole city, the painted walls are part of a long tradition, for as early as the 16th century, the city’s inhabitants could admire the magnificent painted facade of the Town Hall.
Visit the historic city centre and its prestigious monuments like the old city hall, a jewel of the Rhineland Renaissance, or the Saint-Etienne Temple, and discover the places and tiny streets that tell the tale of the first textile factories.
Delve deep into Mulhouse’s history on this trip: the workers’ estate, a major 19th Mulhouse urban project, the Rebberg area, a hill on which industrialists built amazing villas, old factories and conversions...
This visit takes in the first textile factories which were established right at the heart of the city from 1746, in response to the demand for the fashionable brightly-coloured Indian cottons.
With an atmosphere unlike any other and a different theme each year, you will take part in a major investigation with clues to solve while at the same time discovering some exceptional collections.