Here you can find interesting sights in Hilden, 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 7 sights are available in Hilden, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Hilden
1. Ev. Reformationskirche
The Reformation Church in Hilden is located in the market in Hilden, Metman District. With the Quirinus Cathedral in Neuss and St. in Essen-Werden. Along with the Abbey Church of Ludgerus, the Protestant Parish Church is one of the most important late Romanesque churches in the lower Rhine. The original Catholic Church was originally dedicated to the old St. Jacob, but after the peace in Westphalia, it was transferred to the Protestant Church until it was called the "Protestant Church" in 1958. It has been known as the "Reformation Church" since the construction of more Protestant churches in Hilden began in 1958.
Düsseldorf-Benrath station is about 10 kilometres south of Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof in the Düsseldorf district of Benrath. It is on the Cologne–Duisburg line, and is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 3 station. In addition, Düsseldorf Benrath station is served by two Regional-Express services, several city bus services and a tram line and a Stadtbahn line. Benrath is the busiest station after Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof in Düsseldorf with about 25,000–30,000 daily entries and exits.
Kückeshaus, formerly also Keukeshaus, Kocheshaus, Koicheshuyß or Kuychehus, is a secular building standing in Eisengasse 2 / corner Schwanenstraße 12 in Hilden, mettmann district (North Rhine-Westphalia). The listed half-timbered house is designed with St. Andrew's crosses in the compartments and provided with a crippled hipped roof to Schwanenstraße. It was built between 1766 and 1767 as a poorhouse of the then Reformed community of Hilden.
4. In der großen Hacken
The "In der Hacken" complex is located in Hilden, Mettmann District (North Rhine-Westphalia), next to the Reformation Church. "In der Hacken" includes semi-timber structures "in der kleinen Hacken", Mittelstraße 68 and "in der groeßen Hacken"; Also known as "Hackenhof," Mittelstrasse 70. Both buildings come from village buildings in Hilden and are listed as historical sites. Initially, "Hackenhof" also included building Mittelstraße 72/74.
5. Museum für Naturkunde
Schloss Benrath is a Baroque-style maison de plaisance in Benrath, which is now a borough of Düsseldorf. It was erected for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodor and his wife, Countess Palatine Elisabeth Auguste of Sulzbach, by his garden and building director Nicolas de Pigage. Construction began in 1755 and was completed in 1770. The ensemble at Benrath has been proposed for designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. St. Cäcilia
Santa Cecilia Catholic Diocese Church in Düsseldorf-Benlatt is a neo-Gothic church built in the late 19th century. It was built by architect William Sultenford. Early church buildings at the same site date back to 1005. The diocese of the same name and the diocese of Sacred Heart in Uldenbach form the Benlatt-Uldenbach Diocese Association.
7. Sankt Jacobus
The neo-Gothic St. Jacob's Church is the main church of the Catholic parish of St. Jacobus Hilden, which became one of the largest Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese of Cologne in 2010 through the merger of several predecessor parishes. The parish church is located at Mittelstraße 10 in Hilden.
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