The Wesserling Park is a real factory town in a rural landscape of 42 ha, with a castle, gardens, villas, a farm, and 60,000 m² of factories from different eras.
– The Boiler House is open at 3pm every day-
The Boiler House
It is the former power station that supplied the entire plant with electricity, steam and hot water. Closed in 2003, it opened its doors to the public in 2015, and is today a place of artistic expression and exhibition dedicated to contemporary art. Stroll 15 metres high, in the heart of the boilers!
“Sound and light show in an industrial building for an exceptional visit”
What if the story of the Boiler House became a fairy tale? Our visitors are invited to discover historical anecdotes and technical facts about this former thermal power station. Discover the poetic and playful staging of the exhibition – “Follow in the footsteps of the hermit and his chimera”.
It is a beautiful walk on a 2 km marked trail to discover the buildings of the Wesserling Park. A farm, stables, cowshed, water tower, rural park, etc. punctuate the route. On the way, you will come across other abandoned buildings that bear witness to industrial activity in the past. You will also see old buildings that have been renovated, housing companies that contribute greatly to the attractiveness of the area.
Free access – more information at the Wesserling Park reception desk.