- What to do in mulhouse ?
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The largest railway museum in Europe, La Cité du Train tells the long story of railroads and trains through its remarkable collection and looks at the role of trains and railways as one of the most important events in history.
The EDF Electropolis Museum is the most important museum in Europe dedicated to electric energy.
Are you looking for a unique outing with family or friends? Book your carriage on board a vintage train!
Wallpaper has been printed in Rixheim since 1797. The museum’s collections cover the whole history of wallpaper, from the 18th century to the present day.
Cité de l’Automobile National Automobile Museum has more than 437 cars from 99 different manufacturers, including the largest collection of Bugatti automobiles in the world.
Wesserling Park boasts sumptuous grounds awarded “Jardin Remarquable” (remarkable garden) status and a collection, unique in France, of buildings related to the textile industry, some of which are now home to designers’ studios and stores.
La Grange à Bécanes motorcycle museum in Bantzenheim is without a doubt a unique place. Located in a completely renovated barn and managed by an association of passionate volunteers, this convivial museum is entirely devoted to the history of the motorcycle.
In addition to learning about the history of textile printing in Mulhouse, Alsace and the world, you can admire an exceptional collection of fabrics and machines.
Amble through the Cité, the most extensive urban development of the 19th centu- ry in Mulhouse, particularly innovative and having served as an example both in France and abroad.
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.
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...
The tour of the Terminal Unit enables visitors to witness the creation of a car on the production lines (stamping, body assembly and nal assembly).
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.
The team at Niffer lock takes visitors behind the scenes for an exclusive tour during which they can discover the lock walls, the gates and the control tower. Visitors will also be able to watch boats pass through the locks and enjoy magni cent views over the Rhine plain, between the Alsace Grand Canal and the Rhone - Rhine Canal.
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.