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Musée EDF Electropolis

The adventure of electricity
Technique and industry
At Mulhouse, in the south of Alsace, you will find a totally different kind of museum which is unique in Europe. At the Electropolis Museum, you can have fun whilst learning and discovering surprising and wonderful things. Children and grown-ups alike will experience a fabulous adventure in a world of electricity.

There are more than 12 000 items in the Museum's collections, ranging from the electrical battery to the hydraulic turbine including an electrostatic machine from the 18th century, electronic games from the 20th century and household appliances.

The themes covered in the collections have a scientific, technical, industrial, historical, economical, sociological and artistic nature... and concern electro-technical machines such as engines, alternators and transformers ; measuring devices ; computer, medical and communication equipment ; small and large household appliances (cookers, irons ....) ; audio-visual, lighting and telephone equipment ; toys, advertising articles and works of art.
Musée EDF Electropolis
Musée EDF Electropolis
Musée EDF Electropolis
Opening hours

TUE-SUN 10.00-18.00

Closed: 1/01, Good Friday, 1/05, 1/11, 11/11, 25-26/12
24th and 31st December, the museum closes at 4pm.

Le musée sera fermé du 8 janvier au 12 février inclus.
Ouvert :
- du 2 au 7 janvier, de 10h à 17h.
- du 13 février au 31 mars, de 10h à 17h.
- d'avril à octobre, de 10h à 18h.
- en novembre et décembre, de 10h à 17h.
Fermé les lundis, 1er janvier, vendredi saint, 1er mai, 1er et 11 novembre, 25 et 26 décembre.

Musée EDF Electropolis
55 rue du Pâturage
+33 3 89 32 48 50

47.749395, 7.294962