Visit to Mausa Vauban, urban and street-art museum


Gratuit avec le Alsace Pass


20.00 €

10% in your kitty

On the program, discover the portrait of Vauban realized by the stencil of the great men of the Pantheon C215, the frescoes of Seth the globe-painter, the great white bodies of Jérôme Mesnager, the child of Colmar, the immersive installations of Denis Meyers and Levalet, the Lascaux of the subway graffiti artist Nasty, the Marilyn Monroe of Pure Evil, the XXL photographs of Joseph Ford and the chapel of Guy Denning ...


11am-7pm Tuesday to Sunday except Wednesday, open from 2pm to 7pm!

The museum is closed for annual holidays in January.



Mausa Vauban, urban and street-art museum

The MAUSA Vauban is a living museum of urban art and street art of nearly 1200m2, open since July 7, 2018 in progressive mode in the UNESCO walls of the historic fortress Neuf-Brisach built by Vauban between 1698 and 1704. Since then, internationally renowned urban artists follow one another to paint the walls in front of visitors.