Explore interesting sights in Mulhouse, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Mulhouse, France.Sightseeing Tours in Mulhouse
1. Temple Saint-Étienne
The Temple Saint-Étienne is a Calvinist church located in the city of Mulhouse, Alsace, France. Its congregation forms part of the Protestant Reformed Church of Alsace and Lorraine. Because of its central location on the main square of Mulhouse, the Place de la Réunion, and its 97 metre high bell tower, it is sometimes referred to as the "Cathedral of Mulhouse". The church was designed by the city architect Jean-Baptiste Schacre, who also designed the large Catholic St. Stephen's Church.
2. Musée Electropolis
The Electropolis Museum "The Adventure of Electricity" is with its 4,000 m2, the most important museum in Europe in the history of electricity and household appliances located in Mulhouse in the Dornach district. Founded in 1992 next to the city of the train, and close to the Cité de l'Automobile, it is labeled Museum of France.
3. Musée National de l'Automobile - Collection Schlumpf
Musée National de l’Automobile, Collection Schlumpf is an automobile museum located in Mulhouse, France, and built around the Schlumpf Collection of classic automobiles. It has the largest displayed collection of automobiles and contains the largest and most comprehensive collection of Bugatti motor vehicles in the world.
4. Tour du Diable
The Devil's Tower is a remnant, in the upper town, of the fortified enclosure established in the first quarter of the thirteenth century, reinforced in the middle of the fourteenth century and rebuilt at the beginning of the fifteenth century; The tower was restored and raised in 1906, as was the Nessel Tower.
5. Hôtel de Ville Mulhouse
The Hôtel de Ville de Mulhouse is a Renaissance-style building located at 2 Place de la Réunion in Mulhouse. It houses the Grand Council Chamber, still used for ceremonies and meetings of the municipal council, and the city's historical museum which traces the history of the former Republic of Mulhouse.
6. Cité du train
The Cité du Train, situated in Mulhouse, France, is one of the ten largest railway museums in the world. It is the successor to the Musée Français du Chemin de Fer, the organisation responsible for the conservation of major historical SNCF railway equipment.
The Mulhouse Synagogue is the main Jewish place of worship in the city of Mulhouse. Built according to the plans of the architect Jean-Baptiste Schacre, it was inaugurated in 1849. The building has been listed as a historical monument since 1984.
8. Église Saint-Étienne
The Saint-Etienne church is the main Catholic church in the city of Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin. Like its neighbor, the Saint-Etienne reformed temple, the building is distinguished by its dimensions, worthy of a cathedral.
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