end Mar-end Oct: 8.30am-6.30pm; rest of year: 8.30am-5.30pm
The late Middle Ages Gothic architecture of the collegiate church of Saint Thiebaut is admirable. The spire, with its stone lacework, is one of the highest in Alsace. The west façade has a splendid 16m/52ft-high doorway while the flamboyant north doorway is enhanced by attractive 15C statues. The chancel inside is lit by lovely 15C windows. However, the church's main treasure resides in its 51 carved oak stalls dating from the 15C.