Being given the title Inscrit Monument Historique, the Saint-Guillaume Church represents a reminder of the Lutheran period. The picturesque location (near the Ile river) combined with the Gothic and Baroque architecture, makes the church a wonderful tourist objective. The church is also known for its fine acoustics, which makes it possible for the Saint-Guillaume to host classical music concerts.
Dumbach-la-Ville is an old Alsatian town that preserved its walls, famous for its Saint Sebastian chapel.
St. Guillaume Church in Strasbourg is a wonderful visiting point, reminder of the Lutheran period, also with a fine acoustic.
Barr is situated at the foot of the Vognes, Barr is well known for its 1640 Renaissance Town Hall and a furniture museum called Folie Marco Museum.