Two paths have been created to introduce visitors to Wasselonne industrial heritage, concentrated in the Mossig river area, starting from the car park at Rue du 23 Novembre.

- Wasselonne along the Mossig : 1h for pedestrians
Wasselonne along the Mossig designed for pedestrians and including several sets of steps, takes the form of an enjoyable walk lasting around one hour and providing an introduction to a wide variety of sites along some of Wasselonne’s lesser-known pathways.

- Around Brechlingen : 1h30 for pedestrians and bikes
Around Brechlingen route is a little longer, and is suitable for both pedestrians and cyclists. It offers the chance to explore the town’s major industrial sites,
such as Amos, Ebel and Pasquay, as well as proposing a visit to the hamlet of Brechlingen.

Wasselonne has a rich unknow industrial heritage, so the history society decided to create a interpretation trail to show the industrial past of the city (on 3 centuries).
The river, La Mossig boosted industry in the 18th century by giving water and hydraulic power to 19 mills and industries identified in 1773.


Du 01/01/20 au 31/12/20
  • Lundi ouvert
  • Mardi ouvert
  • Mercredi ouvert
  • Jeudi ouvert
  • Vendredi ouvert
  • Samedi ouvert
  • Dimanche ouvert


Rue du 23 Novembre 67310 Wasselonne