26 Sights in Heilbronn, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Heilbronn, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 26 sights are available in Heilbronn, Germany.

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1. Hagenbucher

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The Experimenta-Science Center of the Heilbronn-Franken region is a science center in Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg. The learning and experience world is housed in the former Hagenbucher camp building and a new building opened in March 2019 on the Kraneninsel. It should make science and technology understandable for people of all ages. The experimentation consists of the exhibition area "Discover Worlds", the "Adventure Worlds" with Science Dome, observatory and experimental theater as well as the "research worlds" in existing construction with eight laboratories, an experimental kitchen, the student research center Nordwürttemberg and the Maker Space.

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2. Widmann’sche Papiermaschinenfabrik

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Widmann’sche Papiermaschinenfabrik p.schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

Widmann'sche Papiermaschinenfabrik is a machinery factory founded by Johann Jakob Widmann in Leintal, Neckargartach, Germany. In the early days of industrialization, Widman built the first continental paper machine and produced it in a workshop in Heilbron. It was not until 1840 that he bought the land in Reintal and set up a new factory there. After Widman went bankrupt, it was used as a paper mill, converted into a pumping station around 1900 and used until the 1960s. In the second half of the 1990s, the facility was renovated and a historic blacksmith shop was added. Today, the estate forms the historic Neckargartach Industrial Park.

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3. Kilianskirche

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Kilian's Church on Kaiserstraße in Heilbronn is a Gothic hall church constructed from Heilbronner sandstone, whose origin dates back to the 11th century. Its western tower, constructed by Hans Schweiner, is one of the first major Renaissance buildings to be built north of the Alps. Inside the church there is an altar by Hans Seyffer from 1498, which is regarded as a masterpiece of sculpture from the Late German Gothic period. Some of the stained glass is by Charles Crodel. The Monument Foundation of Baden-Württemberg appointed the church as monument of the month in December 2016.

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4. Stadtkirche (Pankratiuskirche)

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The Pankratiuskirche in the Heilbronn district of Böckingen is a Protestant parish church, the oldest parts of which dated back to the 13th century. The church was supplemented by a stair tower in 1610 and received its current form through a comprehensive expansion under Heinrich Dolmetsch around 1900. On the northern side of the Pankratiuskirche, the old Böckinger cemetery closes, which is not least because of the operating noise of the Heilbronner marshalling yard in 1905 New cemetery on Heidelberger Straße was replaced.

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5. Kernerhaus

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The Kernerhaus in Weinsberg was the birthplace of the Swabian poet and physician Justinus Kerner (1786–1862). Due to its numerous authentic testimonies and documents, it is one of the most important memorials of Swabian Romanticism and, along with the Marbach Schiller National Museum, is one of the most important literary museums in Baden-Württemberg. In addition to the actual Kernerhaus, the Kerner Memorial also includes the neighbouring Ghost Tower and the nearby AlexanderHäuschen.

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6. St. Alban

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St. Alban p.schmelzle / Public domain

St. Alban Church is a Catholic parish church in Kishhausen District, Heilbron, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Built between 1841 and 1844 in the neo-Romanesque style of circular arches, the church is the oldest remaining in the town and, as it formerly belonged to the Teutonic Order, was until recently predominantly Catholic. Immortal ceiling paintings by Anton Glassen and August Brep of Heidelberg were lost during various renovations in 1931 and 1981.

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7. Wilhelm-Waiblinger-Haus

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Wilhelm-Waiblinger-Haus K. Jähne / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Wilhelm-Waiblinger-Haus is a building in Heilbron, Germany, built in 1927. In its troubled history, it served as a youth hostel, school building, employment office and vehicle registration office. It has been home to Stadt-and Kreisjugendring since 1978 and currently has 65 member clubs and associations. Since then, it has been named after the poet William Wybulinger.

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8. Rathaus Ehrenhalle

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Rathaus Ehrenhalle K. Jähne / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Hall of Honor at Heilbloom is made of Heilbloom sandstone and is located in the inner courtyard of Heilbloom City Hall. The Hiroshima Mosaic Monument, painted by Karl Knapp, is one of many important buildings in Heilbron, built amid the ruins of the Old City Archives to honor the dead of the Second World War and the victims of the Third Reich.

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9. Bürgeramt Sontheim

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Bürgeramt Sontheim peter schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

The former town hall at Sontheim Hauptstraße 7 was built in 1895 as a residential building and converted into a town hall in 1905. The ground floor is a neo-Renaissance style horizontal structure, and the upper floor presents the characteristics of a country villa through decorative viewing trusses. The house is listed as a historical monument.

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10. Schießhaus

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The shooting range is a Rococo structure in Heilbronn. The building, built around 1770, has its name from its original use as a rifle house, it was also the hall building of the Heilbronn horse market, which was simultaneously founded. The building has always been owned by the city of Heilbronn and has already served a wide variety of purposes.

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11. St.-Martins-Kirche

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The Catholic Church of St. Martinus in Sontheim, a district of Heilbronn in northern Baden-Württemberg, is the oldest church in the place and at the same time marks the historic town center of Sontheim. The church still has a Gothic choir, the nave was replaced in 1904 by a new building in the style of neuromaniac.

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12. Georgskirche

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The Georgskirche is a parish church in Horkheim, which was first mentioned in the 14th century, a district of Heilbronn in Baden-Württemberg. In and at the church, which essentially received its shape through new building in 1610/11, historical grave slabs from the Lemlin patrician family have been preserved.

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13. Kunibert-Kirche

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St. Coonibert Parish Church is a Protestant parish church in Untereisesheim, Heilbron District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. This church has been documented since the late Middle Ages. The art treasures of this modest church are some of Lord Lomersheim's historic tombstones and a beautiful modern altar window.

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14. Kriegerdenkmal

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The war memorial in front of the Peterskirche in the Heilbronn district of Neckargartach is a memorial inaugurated in 1937 for the fallen of the First World War, which was slightly changed after the Second World War and was supplemented by the names of the fallen in 1939/45.

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15. Evangelische Pfarrkirche St. Cornelius und Cyprian

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The Evangelical parish church of St. Cornelius and Cyprian in the Biberach district of Heilbronn was built in 1830 and goes back to a previous building from the 15th century, which was used as a simultaneous church for Evangelical and Catholics after 1675.

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16. Pfühlpark

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Pfühlpark is a park in the east of Heilbron, Germany. It covers an area of 9.3 hectares and is located about 1.5 kilometers east of the city center of Heilbron. Together with the green space around nearby Lake Trapen, it forms a 15-hectare green space.

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17. Alter Friedhof

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The old cemetery near Pankratius Church in Böckingen district of Heilbron was the village's original burial site. It was abandoned in 1905 and replaced by the Heidelberg Street graveyard, which is now used as a public park and playground.

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18. Haus der Stadtgeschichte / Otto Rettenmaier Haus

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Haus der Stadtgeschichte / Otto Rettenmaier Haus peter schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

The House of City History in Heilbronn is the seat of the Heilbronn City Archives and offers a research, documentation and museum offerings on the history of the city of Heilbronn. In its current form, the facility was opened in July 2012.

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19. Peterskirche

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The Protestant Church of St. Peter, located in the Neckargartach district of Heilbron, is a choir tower church in the medieval defensive church era, and its Gothic tower choir was incorporated into baroque church buildings in 1766/67.

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20. Zehntscheune

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The historic tithe barn at Schlossplatz 5 in the Heilbronn district of Kirchhausen is one of the few preserved historical outbuildings on the Kirchhausen Teutonic Order Castle. The listed building is considered a cultural monument.

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21. Christuskirche

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The Christuskirche is an Evangelical Church in Heilbronn, which is located in Südstrasse 118. It is the church of the Evangelical South Community Heilbronn. The building, which started in 1962, replaced an older church in 1925.

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22. Herzog-Magnus-Denkmal

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The Herzog-Magnus monument near Obereisesheim, a district of Neckarsulm in the Heilbronn district in Baden-Württemberg, has been reminiscent of the death of Duke Magnus (1594–1622) at the Battle of Wimpfen in 1622 since 1900.

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23. Staatliche Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt für Wein- und Obstbau Weinsberg

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Staatliche Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt für Wein- und Obstbau Weinsberg (LVWO) is a training and research institute for wine and fruit growing located in the town of Weinsberg in Heilbronn district, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

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24. Stauferstele

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Stauferstele Geak (Diskussion) / Public domain

The Swabian Stele is an octagonal memorial stone commemorating the Swabians, who were Roman-German kings and emperors in the late Middle Ages. The sculptor of these monuments is Marcus Wolfe from Stuttgart-Pliningen.

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25. KZ-Friedhof Heilbronn-Neckargartach

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The Neckargartach concentration camp was a SS concentration camp and went down in history as the SS Steinbock labor camp. The camp is located on the outskirts of Heilbron and named after Neckargartach District.

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26. St. Peter und Paul

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The Teutonic Order in the Deutschhof in Heilbronn is a Catholic church that was built by the German Order, the origins of which are in the 13th century and which goes back to an older predecessor building.

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