Located at the intersection of highways Piedmont des Vosges and the valley of the Bruche Dorlisheim is a typical village wine, proud of its history.
It is in this town that is the family vault in which lies the famous Bugatti automobile manufacturer.
The entrance to the town is noted for an imposing sandstone column (eighteenth century), surmounted by a sundial.
The Catholic Church of St. Lawrence is Romanesque Revival style.
As for the Protestant parish church is a beautiful building dating from the 12th century. The sanctuary was built in several stages reveals a particularly complex structure. The Romanesque building built around 1150, it remains only the nave. The present choir was built in the next century in the Gothic period. The remarkable frescoes from the warheads were carried out at the gray and probably date from the 16th century. The arched portal, is richly decorated.
In the village center, close to the town hall, a magnificent wells (1605) recalls the wine tradition of the place, highlighted by the trail Husaren, wine routes marked by signs, to discover the grape varieties and vineyard work.