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Guided tour: Trip in the German city

Although there is no German neighbourhood in Mulhouse, some buildings, such as barracks, courts or private buildings, bear witness to the German presence following the annexation of 1871. Starting from the Nordfeld district, discover them and more generally a part of the city […]

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Contact information

place Salvator
68100 Mulhouse
Access map

Phone: 03 69 77 76 61
maisondupatrimoine@mulhouse-alsace.fr


Rates

5 €, reduced rate: 3 €, free for children aged 12 and under

Practical information

Accessibility:
  • By bus

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Description

Although there is no German neighbourhood in Mulhouse, some buildings, such as barracks, courts or private buildings, bear witness to the German presence following the annexation of 1871. Starting from the Nordfeld district, discover them and more generally a part of the city that took off in the last quarter of the 19th century.

Date & opening hours: 3pm

Infos Covid

Protective measures:
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory
  • Reservation required

Comment Covid measurements:
Every effort is made to ensure your safety during the visit. The guide who will lead the visit will wear a mask and implement the protective measures.

Reserve your visit by calling 03 69 77 76 61 as long as government measures limit groups to 10 people.
Prepare the exact amount for your payment to the guide whenever possible
Wear a mask during the visit
Respect the protective measures.

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