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Not to be missed!

Bears, cars, flowers, balloons, artists, businesses, fabrics, vegetables… What do they all have in common? They are all in Mulhouse. Don’t believe us? Take a moment to browse this page. There’s always something to see!
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    Jeudis du Parc

    Thursday is meatloaf day!

    In Mulhouse and on Thursday evenings during the summer, meatloaf is replaced by an unusual and friendly menu. For a night, the Salvator Park turns into a concert hall, an auditorium AND a theatre. It doesn't get any more unusual than that! As for the happiness of young and old, they can eat, dance and chat: here's for friendliness.

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    The potash adventure

    A mining saga
    Relive the days of the potash mining industry during a daytrip that will allow you to discover this little-known history of the area around Mulhouse. A certified guide will take you to former mining sites and you will even be able to speak to former miners. (Daytrip in French only).
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    Tour de France

    Climb every mountain

    We here in Mulhouse are already familiar with many different means of transport. We have cars, historic trains, France’s first tram-train system, storks and plenty of others besides...and soon we’ll have the bike. And not just any bike: the two-wheeled racing variety! So pay us a visit on July 11 to watch the departure from Mulhouse!

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    Scènes de rue

    An outdoor art centre
    Raise your eyes and look around you, dream a dream, be startled by a clown, dance in the street, close your eyes and listen, be captivated, go back to your childhood, sing, shout, join in... you can do all of this when the streets of Mulhouse come alive and are transformed into a stage (sometimes a rather unusual one) for a varied cast of performers.
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Parc du Petit Prince

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Sheep, rose, fox, plane, adventure, planet... the clock’s ticking... Can’t work out the connection between these words? Well they are all clues to the breathtaking adventures to be had in this theme park based on the famous story of the Little Prince. So don’t miss this opportunity to soar up to the stars, hanging from huge balloons!

  • Industrial tourism

    Special business correspondent
    Are you a paparazzo from the business world? Have you always wanted to investigate the whys and wherefores of the things around you? Now’s your chance! Alsace really is THE PLACE TO BE if you want to go behind the scenes of different businesses, asking “how is a car made?”, “how does a large regional newspaper function?” or “what is the modern textile industry like?” There’s no shortage of subjects!
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  • Cité du Train - Patrimoine SNCF

    Going strong
    There's always something going on on a railway platform. Black and white heartbreaking kisses. A long awaited arrival full of colours. A meticulous tracking shot taken during the chaos of holiday exodus or a neat high-angle shot of a working crowd.  No daily routines around the trains.
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  • Market

    Flavours of the world

    Looking for a touch of the exotic? More than a hundred nationalities are represented in Mulhouse and nowhere is this better illustrated than at the market. Spicy delights, gourmet temples, all kinds of treats for the eyes and the tastebuds - the world’s your oyster.

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  • Mulhouse Alsace Greeters

    A tight team
    Spring, summer, autumn and winter: each season has its own personality and its own way to explore Mulhouse, especially when proud Mulhouse locals present it to you in such a warm and friendly way.
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Zone Grand Nord (The Frozen North)

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“The ice cap is melting - so what? The planet is getting warmer - so what? Human beings will be extinct within 100 years!” And what about after that? Polar bears and their friends in the Frozen North need us to save them and, at the zoo and botanical gardens, you can learn how to do just that and have fun at the same time! Eco warriors to the rescue!

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    Food and drink

    Life as art
    When you think about it, lifestyle is a concept. Life is a state of being, not an art form. Unless you try to make every moment a source of pleasure and in Alsace, joy starts at the dining table with those little (and large) tastebud tingling treats…
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    Automobile Museum - Schlumpf Collection

    Start your engines
    There’s nothing like the glass roof at the Cité de l’Auto for a bright way to seek shelter when it’s snowing or raining. Cool off in the temperatures required to preserve vintage cars when it’s warm and sunny. The engines that lie beneath the hoods are always hot, hot, hot!
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Écomusée d'Alsace

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How long have you got to find out all about Alsace? Three hours? Fine. We guarantee that in three hours flat you’ll discover the essence of Alsace, its culinary traditions and its skilled craftsmanship. Still keen to learn more? Then the Alsace Ecomuseum must have been an excellent appetiser.

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." Marcel Proust

  • City Pass

    Keys to the city…

    Every year the keys to the city of Mulhouse are awarded to the Carnival queen. Tourists get their own special keys: the City Pass provides access to leisure and cultural venues, public transport and even restaurants…

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  • A walk in the Vosges

    Left, right... Left, right...
    An athletic trek, an organised hike, an outing with the family, a foodie tour or a lazy stroll - whatever kind of walk you prefer, Mulhouse is the perfect starting point for an enjoyable excursion. So why not head out for the Hautes Vosges d’Alsace, returning on the Tram Train?