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Tourism and accessibility

You are in a handicap situation and wish to discover Mulhouse and its region? Don’t worry, we will do our best to welcome you in optimal conditions.

The Tourist Office

A friendly place to inform and advise you

In order to allow you to meet our team, to obtain the information and advice you want, our Tourist Office and Convention Bureau is fully adapted to you and labeled Tourism & Handicap for the 4 main disabilities. The way into the space is easy and clear, the furniture and equipment are adapted (toilets, store, documentation displays, sofas, reception modules, Ipads in free consultation…), our staff is trained and aware of the reception of people with disabilities, a PRM parking space is available in the immediate vicinity of the entrance, information is themed and easily identifiable in the space thanks to the pictograms recommended at national level. And for your specific needs, we have a reception document in Braille, a magnetic loop and documents in enlarged characters.

Opening hours

Labeled places

Tourism and Handicap

Office de Tourisme

Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de Mulhouse et sa région – Mental / Motor / Visual / Auditory


Okidok in Kingersheim – Mental / Motor / Visual / Auditory

Hapik (playful climbing) in Wittenheim – Mental / Visual / Auditory


National Automobile Museum – Schlumpf Collection in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor

Musée Electropolis in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor / Auditory

Grange à Bécanes – Musée rhénan de la moto in Bantzenheim – Mental / Motor / Visual

François Schneider Foundation in Wattwiller – Mental / Motor / Visual / Auditory


Holiday Inn in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor

Tourist Inns

The Little Garden in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor / Visual / Auditory

Youth Hostel

Auberge de Jeunesse in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor / Visual / Auditory


Brasserie K in Mulhouse – Mental / Motor

Discover and visit Mulhouse

Discover the most important buildings and monuments!

To allow you to discover and visit the historic center and the old town, several solutions are available to you. The circuit of the old Mulhouse has been adapted in a document designed for people with motor disabilities, allowing you to set out to discover the buildings and monuments that are unmissable while having a suggested itinerary adapted. At the same time, a itinerary red thread has been set up to set off on a discovery of the city by discovering its main cultural and tourist places, its lively streets, its parks and gardens.

Getting around

The three streetcar lines, the tram-train and bus lines 4, 14, 15, 17 and 30 (63 and 64 on Sundays and holidays) are fully accessible to people with reduced mobility. In addition, there is a transport-on-demand service for people with reduced mobility who cannot use public transport, called Domibus.



Gathered in a document published by us, the tourist sites, museums, activities and other leisure establishments will no longer hold any secrets for you! The Accessibility Guide is based on a simple observation: if the sites are not officially labeled, we must be able to give precise information on the conditions of access and visit. Not everything is perfect, not everything is accessible, but this guide aims to provide you with as much practical information as possible so that you can organize your stay in the best possible conditions.

Practical information

Mulhouse City Hall

2 rue Pierre et Marie Curie
68100 Mulhouse
Tel. +33 (0)389 32 59 59

Practical information:

  • All entrances (A, B & C) are accessible to people with reduced mobility

La Poste

3 place du Général de Gaulle
68100 Mulhouse
Tel. 3631 (toll-free number)

Practical information:

  • access ramp available to the right of the entrance
  • public reception on level

Central Station

Avenue du Général Leclerc
68100 Mulhouse
Tel. 3635

Practical information:

  • SNCF staff take care of people with reduced mobility
  • lifts available to access platforms


  • Tourist and Convention Office of Mulhouse and its region (during opening hours)
  • Place des Cordiers (behind the old City Hall): guarded and automatic toilets 24 hours a day
  • Central train station: guarded toilets
  • WC de l’arc (near the market): guarded and automatic toilets
  • Parking des Maréchaux
  • Porte Jeune (shopping center)