À l'assaut du Kirchberg
Discover two centuries of fortificationsDeze inhoud is helaas niet in het Nederlands beschikbaar.
An impressive system of fortifications, which has almost entirely disappeared since the Treaty of London in 1867, defended the Kirchberg and protected the fortress town. The first military constructions on the heights of Kirchberg date back to the time of Louis XIV. The engineer Vauban, who directed the siege works in 1684, was commissioned to draw up a plan for reinforcing the fortress. The museum offers two-hour guided tours of these fortifications.
IMPORTANT: Participants should bring suitable clothing, sturdy footwear and a torch.
DEPARTURE: Funiculaire, Kirchberg