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Fort of Mutzig (Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II)
Fort of Mutzig (Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II)

Fort of Mutzig (Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II)

Rue du Camp, Dinsheim-sur-Bruche, 67190

The Basics

Also known as Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II, Fort de Mutzig is a fascinating place for those interested in strategic military architecture. Highlights include an underground area, which still boasts many of its original furnishings and equipment, as well as a large collection of armaments. Take a tour to get an in-depth look into the fort's history and construction as well as its significance in many of the wars that shaped modern-day Europe.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Fort de Mutzig is popular with those interested in military history.

  • Wear comfortable shoes; the site requires a lot of walking on uneven surfaces.

  • Tours are available in French, German and English, if you pre-book.

  • The fort is not wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The Fort is located in Mutzig, about a 20-minute drive from Strasbourg: Take the A35 to the A352, then departmental road D1420. You can also reach the fort by taking a train from Strasbourg to Mutzig and catching a cab or taking a long (roughy 1.5 hour) walk along a trail that takes you through Mutzig City Hall.

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When to Get There

Opening hours and tour times vary throughout the year, so check ahead and make sure to pre-book your tour.

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The Forts of Alsace

Alsace and the surrounding area is home to 19 historic forts: three are in Germany, and 16 are in France, on the western shores of the Rhine River. A popular way to visit the forts is by bicycle, and there's a 53-mile (85-km) cycling route, the Piste des Forts, that connects the various sites and also takes you through charming towns and scenic woodlands along the way.

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