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Historical Museum

Created in 1854 in the old town hall dating from the Middle Ages, the Historical Museum has very rich collections that tell the story of Mulhouse’s unusual past.

The Museum

Created in 1864, the Historical Museum has very rich collections, consisting in particular of furniture and costumes, tools and toys, plans and portraits etc., with in particular the famous Klapperstein, the statue of the Savage, marottes or reconstructions of interiors (Sundgau bedroom and kitchen). The thematic tour offered to visitors thus puts the history of Mulhouse into perspective, while showing the art of living of Alsatians in the past.

A room is also dedicated to Alfred Dreyfus, a native of Mulhouse, the famous captain at the heart of an incredible case between 1894 and 1906.

How to enjoy the museum?

Place de la Réunion
68100 Mulhouse

Museum located in pedestrian zone in the city center of Mulhouse. Underground parking lots are available in the vicinity: Porte Jeune, Maréchaux, Réunion.

Access by public transport:

Train: Mulhouse station at 700m

Tram: Line 2, 3 or Tram-Train, Mairie or Porte Jeune station / Line 1, 3 or Tram-Train, Porte Jeune or République station

Free admission

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