Electropolis Electricity Museum

Experience the extraordinary human, technical and industrial adventure of electricity in this modern museum that’s accessible to everyone. Explore the history of electricity from Antiquity to the present day through an original presentation that includes activities and experiments… Every day you can witness the spectacle of the “great Sulzer-BBC machine”, one of the jewels of Mulhouse’s industrial heritage.

– open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm.
– closed from 1st to 31st January, Mondays, Good Friday, 1st May, 1st and 11th November, 25th and 26th December.
24th and 31th December, the museum closes at 4pm.

Adults ______8 €

Children from 6 to 18, students, disabled people, unemployed (CMU) ______ 4 €

Children under 6 ______free

Family (2 adult and 2 children 6-18) ______ 20 €

Contact and access

Electropolis Electricity Museum
55, rue du Pâturage
68200 MULHOUSE
Phone : 0033 (3) 3 89 32 48 50
E-mail : reservations@electropolis.tm.fr https://www.electropolis.edf.com/en
Parking réservé Etages accessibles par ascenseur
Tram : line 3 or tram-train, stop « Musées »
To go to the museum