*'''Maison des Tetes''' (''House of the Heads'') - a Renaissance building decorated with faces, and the Pfister House, a marvellous old wooden house, one of the oldest in Colmar.
*'''Dominican Church'''worth visitig only because of a famous Schongauer painting*'''St. Martin Church'''
, which is entirely made of yellow stone*'''Unterlinden Museum''' It is an interesting museum situated in a medieval convent near the tourist information. It exhibits exponents of very different arrays, but its highlight is definitely the Isenheim altarpiece by Gruenewald, a revolutionary Alsatian Renaissance painter. Even if you are not much into art it is still shocking to see how modern and inventive this painter was. *''' Bartholdy Museum''', dedicated to the sculpture of the Statue of Liberty who was native to Colmar.
Make sure to keep an eye out for dates painted onto the side of buildings. Some of the oldest date back to the 1300's.