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By train

You can arrive by train from Paris, Basel and Strasbourg among others.

By car

The city is at the crossroads of the Paris-Germany and Strasbourg-Basel motorways, so you can easily arrive by car.

By plane

The closest airport, EuroAirport  is situated some 25 kilometers south and serves Mulhouse as well as Basel and Freiburg.

Key places to visit
Protestant St. Stephen's Church, Parc Zoologique et Botanique de Mulhouse, City of Automobile, Electropolis Museum, Museum French Railway


Places to Visit

Protestant St. Stephen's Church

The Protestant St. Stephen's Church is the main Reformed church of the city of Mulhouse in Alsace, France. Because of its central location on the main square of Mulhouse, the Place de la Réunion, and its 97 meter high bell tower (the highest steeple in the department of Haut-Rhin), 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.
Until 1858, the former parish church of St. Stephen stood at the location of the current building. The originally late Romanesque building from the 12th century was expanded at the beginning of the 14th century in the Gothic style. A substantially higher choir was added to the nave. In 1510, the Romanesque bell tower was remodelled in the style of the Renaissance

Parc Zoologique et Botanique de Mulhouse

The Parc Zoologique et Botanique de Mulhouse is a 25-hectare (62-acre) public zoo and botanical garden located at 51 Rue du Jardin Zoologique, Mulhouse, in the department of Haut-Rhin, in the Alsace Region of France.
The Park and Zoo are members of Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA).

City of Automobile

Cité de l’Automobile, Musée national de l’automobile, Collection Schlumpf is located in Mulhouse, France and houses the Schlumpf Collection of classic automobiles. It contains the largest and most comprehensive collection of Bugatti motor vehicles in the world.Brothers Hans and Fritz Schlumpf were Swiss citizens born in Italy, but after their mother Jeanne was widowed, she moved the family to her home town of Mulhouse in Alsace, France. The two brothers, who were later described as having a "Schlumpf obsession", were devoted to their mother

Electropolis Museum

At Mulhouse, in the south of Alsace, you will find a totally different kind of museum which is unique in Europe. At the Electropolis Museum, you can have fun whilst learning and discovering surprising and wonderful things. Children and grown-ups alike will experience a fabulous adventure in a world of electricity.

Museum French Railway (Musee Francais du Chemin de Fer)

The Cite du train the French national railway museum is the biggest railway museum in the world, this one being situated in Mulhouse. It is the successor to the musée français du chemin de fer, the organisation responsible for the conservation of major historical SNCF railway equipment.
In 1961, Mulhouse City Council offered land in Dornach to allow the SNCF to present their historical rolling stock, representative of the company's history. In 1971, the first locomotives were provisionally placed in the old engine shed, Mulhouse-Nord. A second site nearby was opened to the public in 1983 at which stage the museum received 240,000 visitors a year.

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