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Cité du Train

Mulhouse | Technique et industrie
€8.5 - €11
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The Cité du train (also called french Railway Museum) is the largest railway museum in Europe.

In 1961, the city offers field in Dornach to allow the SNCF to see representative rolling stock in its history. It is at the initiative of two railway enthusiasts, Jean - Mathis Hassan and Michel Doerr in 1971 was born the Museum.

The first locomotives are provisionally placed in the former depot of Mulhouse - Gare du Nord (47 ° 45′n 29″ N 7 ° 18′ E 50″). A second tranche is open to the public in 1983.

The Museum has the only comprehensive collection in the history of the french railways. It now houses on 15,000 m² a collection of over a hundred vehicles.

10:00 - 18:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Cité du Train
  • Address: 2, rue Alfred de Glehn - 68200 - Mulhouse - France
  • Phone: (33) 03 89 42 83 33


Librairie, Carterie, Boutique, Restaurant


Exposition, Visite guidée, Conférence, Concert

Getting there

  • By bus : ligne n° 20
  • By train : gare de Mulhouse
  • By car : autoroutes A35, A36, sortie Mulhouse Dornach

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