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Visit the Cité du Train - SNCF Heritage, the largest railway museum in Europe, in Mulhouse, Alsace, and discover the incredible epic of the railways in France, from the beginnings of the first steam locomotives to the TGV!


In application of government decisions to combat the spread of COVID19, the vaccination pass is compulsory for people aged 16 and over in order to access the Cité du Train - SNCF Heritage.

It consists of the presentation of one of these four proofs:  

  • Vaccination certification (complete vaccination schedule, booster dose included in the time limit for people from 18 years and 1 month who are eligible);

  • Virological screening examination not concluding to contamination by covid-19;

  • Certificate of Reinstatement more than 11 days and less than six months old;

  • Certificate of contraindication to vaccination.


A derogation allowing the use of a negative test certificate of less than 24 hours as part of the vaccination pass will be possible until February 15, 2022 for people who have received their first dose of vaccine by then, pending their second dose.

If minors aged 16 to 18 are subject to the vaccination pass, those aged 12 to 15 can still present the health pass as we have known it until now. 

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