Tour de la Liberté

1 400 tonnes of steel, cable and canvas rising 36m above the ground. Initially erected in the Paris' Tuileries Garden for the bicentennial celebrations of the Revolution, the tower was relocated here in 1990. It hosts a jewellery collection crafted by H.-E. Heger de Loewenfeld inspired from a book by Georges Braque. The tower's top offers a view of the town and the Vosges mountaintops.

Useful information

Address : 

Parc Jean-Mansuy

Phone:

+33 3 29 42 22 22

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 2pm-6pm; rest of year: daily except Sun 2pm-6pm - closed Mon and Bank Hols

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