Built on a mountain summit, Hohlandsbourg Castle offers a magnificent all-round panorama over the plain of Alsace and the Vosges Mountains. This garrison stronghold built in the 13th century was the seat of the Lords of Habsburg. Measuring 100 m long and 60 m wide, this is the largest fortified castle in Alsace. A special itinerary provides a picture of and helps to understand the history, organisation and place of the castle, from the very first Bronze Age site to the contemporary epoch. Visit, exhibition, workshops, events, catering, shop, space rental.
The Écomusée is the largest living, open-air museum in France: explore an early 20th century Alsatian village, with its streets, buildings, gardens and fields. Traditional village festivities, daily events and demonstrations take place in the village throughout the year.
The François Schneider Foundation is a unique institution in Europe due to its theme as well as its work to publicise and support contemporary talents. Founded in 2013 in a former spa resort in the Alsatian village of Wattwiller, the Centre d'Art Contemporain offers visitors over 2,500m2 of exhibition space dedicated to the theme of water. A former bottling workshop transformed and expanded to become an art gallery, its architecture is bright and transparent. The building also boasts a panoramic terrace, a bookstore, a café and an auditorium.