Our tourist places

Discover our Tourist attractions

Ballon d’Alsace

The “Ballon d’Alsace” is a peak located in the southern part of the Vosges Mountains, at the edge of the Grand Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté regions.

Michelbach Dam

Situated on the Haut-Rhin Department ‘s Michelback municipality , this man made dam is an artificial 7 200 000 m3 lake surrounded by a 4 km hiking road. The path shows hikers points of interest and leads them to nesting rafts. There is also an island where birds can nest undisturbed during high waters. A bird observatory allows people to watch the bird life.

Wittelsheim Bowling Alley

The Cristal Bowling Alley has 36 alleys, 16 billiard tables, 4 flipper games … and a bar serving food and drinks.

Alsace’s Eco Museum

The largest open air museum in France, Alsace’s Eco Museum is mapped out like an 20th century Alsatian village . Throughout it’s buildings, collectable items, craftsmen, exhibitions, entertainment, events and collections, you will also discover local tradition, trades and the region’s rural heritage

Europa Park

Located in Germany at Rust between the towns of Fribourg-en-Brisgau and Strasbourg, Europa Park is one of Europe’s largest theme and leisure activity parks.

Rhin Golf Course

Created over 45 years ago, the Rhin Golf Course is one of the French, Swiss and German region’s prettiest courses. It is located in a spectacular natural reserve on an island between the Rhin and the Great Alsatian Canal.

Monkeys’ Mountain

Experience total immersion in a 24 hectares forest with 200 Barbary apes living in complete freedom . Here a male ape may carry a baby, also observe females grooming each another. Elsewhere younger apes play over a water basin. You will observe first-hand and close-up these apes who will approach you to take from your hand the popcorn you were given at the entrance.

Ornithological Wildlife Park “La Volerie des Aigles”

The park offers you a unique opportunity to observe and admire in the sky or close-up the largest and loveliest birds of prey in the world. The show is impressive, emotion runs high and you will experience unforgettable moments.

Mulhouse’s Automobile Museum

The Automobile City, a national museum (with Mulhouse’s Schlumpf Collection), is one of the world’s largest, displaying 500 vehicles with 464 cars of 98 different brands. It includes the famous Fritz Schlumpf Collection, which explains European Automobile history from 1878 to the present. Located in a converted 20 000 m2 Textile mill dating back to 1880, this collection has over 400 pieces listed with the Historical Monuments. Along with La Haye’s Louwman Museum, it has the largest car collection dating back to before 1910.

Mulhouse’s Railroad Museum

The museum is the only one featuring France’s entire railway collection. Located at Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin), it is part of the French Railroad Museum and Association which collects the SNCF’s railway heritage. The Train City displays more than 100 engines and vehicles from different eras on 15 000 m2.

Masevaux Valley Cycle Lane / Masevaux Valley Bikeway

For regular and mountain bikes (ATV), Doller’s cycle lane joins Aspach Bridge at Sewen. It is a nice, gently slopping and easy bikeway that follows the Doller Valley.

Alsatian Wine Route

Opened in 1953, the Alsatian Wine Route is one of France’s oldest wine routes. All year round, it offers visitors (novice or connoisseurs) different activities around the wine and the region. It doubles as a tourist area and has become one of the best Alsatian tourist attractions. Winding over 170 km from north to the south, it crosses 70 wine producing towns which are Alsace’s prettiest ones. Visitors marvel at such cities as Eguisheim, Kayserberg, Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Andlau, Obernai…

Mulhouse Zoo

The zoo and its botanical gardens are situated in the Haut-Rhin’s Great East region , just southwest of the city of Mulhouse