Step into a 19th century textile city!


Discover our 5 gardens, labelled “Jardin Remarquable”: vegetable garden, regular garden, Mediterranean terraces, English park and rural park… But also a barefoot path and numerous relaxation areas.

Discover the Garden

Textile Museum

This former printing press building now houses a museum with 5 exhibitions. One area is entirely devoted to the history of Wesserling, where the textile trades are presented in a lively manner.

Discover the Museum

Industrial Heritage

A real textile town in a 42-hectare rural landscape, with a castle, gardens, villas, farm, and 60, 000 square metres of factories from different eras. The Grande Chaufferie opens its doors to you for an atypical stroll through the heart of the boilers.

Discover the Industrial Heritage

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What happens on the day of your visit?

The wonderful Christmas characters in the garden

This winter, Christmas in the garden will present the marvelous theme of the Beauty and the Beast. The storytelling walks will take place in the illuminated gardens of the Wesserling […]

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Kubilai Khan’s palace

In 2022, the Grande Chaufferie housed the majestic Palace of the Mongol Emperor Kublai Khan who reigned over China. Walk in the footsteps of Marco Polo who was the most […]

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The Silk Roads

Much as Marco Polo, set off on the Silk Roads, the trade routes that crisscrossed the East and the Middle East, and stop in a Central Asian caravansary before continuing […]

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Textile Discoveries – Traveling during quarantine

The project “Textile Discoveries” is the work of a group of 4 artists, led by Juliette Eckel. The textile language used, made of a combination of old and new techniques, […]

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Marco Polo’s Journey

Once again, this year we offer you to head off on an adventure in faraway lands. In 2022, the Wesserling Park presents the famous journey of Marco Polo as told […]

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Launch of a call for donations

The Heritage Foundation, jointly with the Community of municipalities of the Saint-Amarin Valley and the Association for management and guidance of the Wesserling Textile Park, is launching a call for […]

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Progress of the castle’s work

The Wesserling Park, important textile industrial heritage covering 41 hectares, is a site whose history began around 300 years ago. In its early stages, only the castle, only building then, […]

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