Castle of the Rohan, formerly moated castle, having belonged to the Landsberg family since the 15th century. He became an episcopal residence in 1624. The four cardinals of Rohan stayed there from 1704 to 1789. Sold as national property during the Revolution, it was acquired in 1803 by the Coulaux Brothers, who created the Imperial Weapons Factory. It will cease its activities in 1870 to be converted into a tool factory. Acquired by the municipality in 1962, the castle will be restored in the 1980s. A museum will be installed there in 1995 in its north wing.
In this framework, weapons and elements of architecture invite you to discover the rich past of Mutzig. Plan of the empire Coulaux, white weapons, cuirasses, rifles including the famous "Chassepot", baptismal tank of the thirteenth century, stones armorial bearings, armorial bearings of noble families, Merovingian objects.
The museum can only be booked for groups (call the town hall for a guided tour)