Fort Ordener

The fort of Vézelois is one of the most impressive works of the hide away camp of Belfort. Its principal mission was to keep an eye on the transportation routes and...


History Museum

To find out about everyday life in the region from prehistoric times to the period of invasions, visit the History Museum. Housed in the centre of the Citadel...


Moulin de Courtelevant

In the south of the Territoire, the Moulin de Courtelevant takes visitors back in time to explore the history of industrial and water-powered technology from the 17th...


Musée Agricole Départemental

The agricultural Museum in Botans explains everything there is to know about farm machinery and 200 years of agriculture in Franche-Comté region. Visitors can also...


Musée des Beaux-Arts

The Fine Art museum is housed in Vauban’s bastion tower 41 and holds a rich collection of sculptures (Rodin), paintings (Courbet), low-reliefs and engravings...


Musée Frédéric Japy

The Territoire has been forging its reputation as a hotspot of industrialisation since 1777. This is the date when Frédéric Japy moved to Beaucourt and began...


The Citadel

The citadel was built in successive stages between the Middle Ages and the end of the 19th Century. During the 1870 Franco-Prussian war it served as an "entrenched...


The Lion Of Belfort

A symbol of the town's heroic resistance during the attack of 1870-1871, the lion of belfort was created by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the famous sculptor behind...


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