Mulhouse is pleased to invite you to discover its rich heritage.
Mulhouse was a free town in the 12th century, an imperial town in the 15th century, then was a republic allied to the Swiss federation, and became part of France in 1798. It was a pioneer town in the French industrial revolution.
This past is reflected in the streets of the old town and in the Place de la Réunion, the true heart of our city, as well as in the elegant 19th century houses.
Relive the incredible industrial development in its eight museums, the largest grouping of technical museums in Europe.
Then stroll through the Zoological and Botanical Gardens with its 1200 animals and a magnificent botanical collection.
You are sure to have an enjoyable stay in our city, thanks to the Tourist information Office of Mulhouse.