Brochure pdf-File

Address

Amt für Touristik, Kultur und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
- Tourism / Citymarketing -
Marktplatz 1 (Altes Rathaus)
69469 Weinheim

tel.: +49 6201 / 82 - 610
fax: +49 6201 / 82 - 619
tourismus@weinheim.de

How to reach us:
plan (511 KB)

Opening time:
Mon., Tue.
Thu., Fri.
10 am - 5 pm
10 am - 5 pm
Wed., Sat. 10 am - 2 pm
   
Sun. 11 am - 3 pm
(March - Oct.)

The shrub garden, with more than 2500 shrub types, is a living garden textbook, exhibiting examples of plants and design concepts with beautiful arrangements of plants from all over the world. ...more

Botanical Garden of

Hermannshof

Exotic Forest

Around 140 different types of tree can be admired today in the Exotic Forest. Each year, between three and five new trees are added. The trees were planted as forest stands from 18 different forest regions. ...more

Castle Palace Park

The Castle Palace Park, created in the style of an English garden, is an island of exotic beauty and some very old trees. The Homeopathic Garden, aviaries and the ground’s ponds invite you to stay and relax. ...more

Homoeopathic Garden

The Homoeopathic Garden is set out over four terraces. Suitable herbs for many different ailments grow here. The garden’s fragrances – sage, rosemary, hawthorn, melissa – can be sensed from afar. ...more

Town Gardens

The Town Gardens contain three memorials – the red sandstone cenotaph erected in 1999 for victims of violence, war and persecution, the Babo Memorial and the Krausé d´Avis Tomb. The Geissen fountain is also of historical interest.

Hagander Park

A wonderful avenue of ornamental cherry trees blossoms in the spring in the former private gardens. Two ginkgo trees, one male and one female, also grace the park, which lies to the north of the Bahnhof Strasse.

Old Cemetery

The 93 visible former graves, including four of Weinheim’s honorary citizens, distinguish this park. Take a stroll through the park to see its interesting collection of old plants and the animals that have settled there.

Rose Garden

Between May and November, more than 1000 roses of 40 types delight visitors to the rose garden, which is maintained by voluntary workers. The rose garden dates from 1950, when the Earl of Berckheim presented it to the citizens of Weinheim.

Weinheim‘s Green Parks and Gardens Brochure

You can find everything you need to know about the Green Parks and Gardens in Weinheim in our brochure as a PDF file here (789 KB).