Dahlia's Garden

The Hôtel de Saint-Lô (1574) is remarkable for its facade preceded by three large arches supporting a balcony with wrought iron railings.
Hans Billex's house (1615) seduced by its two-story oriel and its gate with pilaster.  In 1649, the Royal Commissioner Jean de Saint-Lô joined the two buildings by a turret staircase. The ensemble thus constituted is representative of the late Alsatian Renaissance.

In the courtyard (courtyard of the Sisters of Niederbronn) has been laid out a garden where all kinds of dahlias bloom, evoking the city's famous flower parade 'Corso Fleuri'. A picturesque cottage contains a set of old gardening tools. When winter comes, the garden is transformed into a fir garden (1521, the first mention of the Christmas tree). An ephemeral forest garden highlighted throughout the month of December with discovery of different species and species of fir trees.

Additional information
  • Altitude : 174m
  • Distance to the nearest station (km) : 1,2km

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