Unterlinden Museum - sculptures, medieval paintings, contemporary art, and folk art - The museum was established in 1849, the buildings (abandoned following the French Revolution) having been saved by the Societe Schongauer (founded in 1847 by Louis Hugot ) and bequeathed to it by the municipality.
The collection at first centered around a Roman mosaic found in Bergheim, Haut-Rhin, still displayed today at the place to which it was originally moved, and plaster copies of antique sculptures on loan from the Louvre.
Champ de Mars - municipal park - At the location of the current Champ-de-Mars, was converted into a public promenade in 1745 outside the walls of the city.
Called "The Vanolles" in honor of the Intendant of Alsace Barth�lemy Vanolles this walk was used for military exercises of the National Guard and volunteers as well as revolutionary ceremonies. This place became the "Champ de Mars" in 1793.
St-Pierre Church - 17th century Baroque church.
Dominican Church - 13th-15th century, beautiful interior altars, stained glass, and pillars
Alsatian Wine Festival - every August
Colmar international Festival - musical concerts every July - In 2013, Colmar International Festival will celebrate its 25th year under the artistic direction of Vladimir Spivakov.
This is a unique occasion to look back on this quarter-century of shared emotions and success.
Over the years, Colmar Festival has established itself as a major musical event in the cultural landscape of Alsace, France, Europe and abroad, recognized by media from all over the world and proud of its ever-increasing visitor numbers.