Museum of Fine Arts | Mulhouse AlsaceMuseum of Fine Arts | Mulhouse Alsace
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Fine Arts Museum

The Museum of Fine Arts is located in an old private mansion in Mulhouse. It presents collections of Alsatian, French and international artists.

The Museum

The escape to the heart of art history offered by the Museum of Fine Arts begins in the 15th century with the magnificent Rheinfelden altarpiece. This is followed by the classical centuries represented by Brueghel, Boucher or Teniers.
The 19th century constitutes the strong point of the collections, with Boudin, Jongking, Géricault, Courbet or Bouguereau.
The Alsatian artists are also well represented, notably Jean-Jacques Henner to whom a room is dedicated.
The first floor rooms host the contemporary creation: internationally renowned artists are invited for temporary exhibitions, alternating with visual artists from the Mulhouse region.

How to enjoy the museum?

4 place Guillaume Tell
68100 Mulhouse

Museum located near the pedestrian zone in downtown Mulhouse. The Réunion underground parking lot is in the immediate vicinity.

Access by public transport:

Train: Mulhouse train station 500 m away

Tram: Line 1, 3 or Tram-train, République station

Admission free

Enjoy the surroundings