Places to Visit

The Vosges expands its basis from the North to the South of Alsace and it’s only a few hills away from the Wine Route. The Bruche Valley is nestled there, in a wonderful landscape that is shaped by nature, history, and its inhabitants who left their mark to those, whose talent bring it to life today.
Museums

Museums

In Alsace one will discover The Wine Route, charming villages, must-do stopovers in Strasbourg, Mulhouse and Colmar. But there is more ….
Did you know that Alsace has the highest number of museums in France? The Bruche Valley is no exception, and however different. Here you can visit the Alsace Moselle Memorial, the former concentration camp Natzweiler - Struthof site and the Oberlin Museum. All these museums will give you a completely different vision of Alsace.

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Natural sites and gardens

Natural sites and gardens

"Oh what a beautiful garden!”is how Louis XIV expressed himself when discovering Alsace.

Nothing but beauty; you should go there and feel it!
Walk along the green meadows, take in the aroma and get prepared to be hypnotised with the delicious fragrance of  flowers that fill you up with tranquillity. The Bruche Valley delivers a string of flowery meadows surrounded by large forests.
If art is creation,  Nature is an artist. The Bruche Valley is like an open air natural museum. It's never too early or too late to experience the green land.

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Cultural Heritage

Cultural Heritage

The treasures of the Bruche Valley are not measured by numbers but by the many small simple and touching heritage sites that were left by men over its history : religious buildings, architecture, industrial remains, folk and contemporary art.

The Bruche Valley is the heart of Alsace, the soul of the Vosges, and this makes the difference. Its promise is to give its visitors a real change of scenery.

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Craft Enterprises

Craft Enterprises

At the borders of Alsace and Lorraine, you will find in the Bruche Valley local craft talent.
You will see local craft talent that was born here and skills that still display a rich heritage. From butchers, master jam-makers, potters, tableware designers and stone and iron workers. Here everyone expresses an incredible spirit of creativity that makes this little part of Alsace unique and different.

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