This label distinguishes Mulhouse, whose charms are revealed throughout its neighborhoods through a diversified built and natural heritage. Mulhouse has 17 buildings listed or classified as historical monuments. Among them, the old town hall, whose beauty Montaigne praised at the end of the 16th century, and beautiful 18th century private mansions, such as the Loewenfels house. In addition to these listed buildings, the city is full of architectural details that the visitor can observe along his walks and this even at the corner of more recent constructions.
The heritage of the 19th and 20th centuries is particularly rich: the new district built for the industrialists, the Cité ouvrière which has retained all its charm, the lines of workers’ houses with their fine architecture, the industrial buildings of DMC and SACM, the ring building, etc.
Mulhouse is also endowed with a rich natural heritage, largely inherited from the 19th century, such as the Zoological and Botanical Park, the Steinbach Square or the Salvator Park with its multiple tree species.