Days Out: Haut-Rhin (68)

Petite Camargue Alsacienne
120 hectares of national park landscape for your enjoyment. 1 rue de la Pisciculture, Saint Louis (68).
Parc des Cigognes et des Loutres
Animal park covering 5 hectares allowing visitors to discover a number of storks and otters. Based at Hunawihr (68).
Vivarium du Moulin
Insect garden with guided tours and temporary exhibitions. Based at 6 rue du Moulin, Lautenbach Zell (68).
Parc Zoologique et Botanique
Zoo and botanical park with over 1,200 animals and 190 different species. Seasonal opening hours. At 111 Avenue de la 1ere Division Blindee, Mulhouse (68).
Jardin des Papillons
Butterfly garden presenting hundreds of species from Asia, Africa and America. Situated at Hunawihr (68).
Delta de la Sauer
486 hectares of national natural parkland for your enjoyment. Maison des Espaces Naturels, Ecomusee Ungersheim (68).
Cite du Train
A permanent exhibition showing the history of French railways from 1844 to the present day. The exhibition covers 12000 sq.m with 8 platforms and includes steam, electric and diesel locos and coaches. At 2 rue Alfred de Glehn.
The Hartmannswillerkopf
National monument of the First World War. At Cernay (68).
Mine dArgent St Barthelemy
Guide tours of the historical silver mine, dating from 1522, in French, German and English. At Rue Saint Louis, Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines (68).
The Vieil-Armand Battlefield
One of the famous battle sites from the First World War, with a number of monuments erected to commemorate all victims of war. The site can be reached by the Route des Crêtes from Uffholtz or Wattwiller.