The Department of Moselle invites you to discover 8 exceptional sites. Share the cultural and natural heritage of the Moselle: monument from the Middle Ages, archaeological remains, exceptional garden, place of European heritage, painting museum or even ponds of world ecological renown.
European Archaeological Park of Bliesbruck-Reinheim
This archaeological park is an ideal place to understand the Celtic and Gallo-Roman civilisations. It makes it possible to erase borders by highlighting a heritage common to the French and German nations, heritage at the source of European culture.
The Malbrouck castle in Manderen, a Moselle Passion site, owned by the Department of Moselle, listed as a historic monument, is located on the borders of Germany and Luxembourg. Unique in Lorraine, the building offers the opportunity to discover architecture and life of the Middle Ages. Guided tours or fun routes are offered there as well as a temporary exhibition, permanent exhibition rooms, entertainment, space rentals, a shop, a café, etc.
Domain of Lindre
The Domaine de Lindre is a Sensitive Natural Area (ENS) of nearly 1000 ha, owned by the Department since 1976. This haven of peace consists of 12 fish ponds including the large Lindre pond, which is a classified wetland of global interest.
Today, the Domaine de Lindre represents a space where life is good for a lot of people.
The Fruit gardens of Laquenexy
Treat yourself to a moment of escape and relaxation by visiting this 15 ha site. Just 10 minutes from Metz, discover the 22 themed gardens, gardener's courses, seasonal menus and unmissable events! So discover in the bend of the alleys and over the seasons, scents, fruits and works of art ... Don’t forget to make a detour to the "gardener's shop" which will permit you to bring home a little of the Fruit Gardens .
House of Robert Schuman
It was in Scy-Chazelles, near Metz, that during a weekend in April 1950, Robert Schuman, then Minister of Foreign Affairs, had the audacity to conceive of a "bold act" which would change the course of history. In collaboration with other European statesmen, this great visionary created the conditions for lasting peace in Europe.
Museum of the War of 1870 and the Annexation
Opened in 2014, the museum is the only one devoted entirely to the history of the war of 1870 and the annexation of Alsace and part of Lorraine to the German Empire (1871-1918). He approaches the questions raised by this conflict from a new angle: German unity, life during annexation, the tensions at the approach of the First World War...
The museum, labeled "Musée de France", deals with the history of white gold through the exploitation techniques used from prehistoric times to the present day. The treasures of the Museum are diverse and consist of archaeological vestiges, testimonies of daily life, an original collection of salt shakers...
Museum Georges de La Tour
This museum takes its name from Georges de La Tour, born in 1593 in Vic-sur-Seille, the greatest painter of Lorraine in the 17th century. Georges de La Tour was the subject of numerous orders from King Louis XIII and a large Parisian clientele.
In 2003, the Georges de La Tour Museum opened its doors in Vic-sur-Seille, the painter's birthplace. The public can discover a hundred paintings there, from the 17th to the 19th century, including the painter's most unique work: "Saint-Jean Baptiste dans le Désert".