Of monks, bones, rotten teeth

Weinheim is an interesting and colourful city, but how did people live here 600 years ago? Why was a city wall actually necessary at that time? And did people just eat grilled meat on the spit? These and many other questions will be answered by the museum educator and city guide Matthias Wildmann. And to make it not only an exciting but also a lively journey through time, he has many original finds in his luggage. This explains, for example, why people had bad breath back then, or why a monk's back often hurt. So it will not only be exciting, but also educational and fun. It is an interesting time in the Middle Ages, but whether one would really have liked to live at that time, the children have to ask themselves this question at the end of the guided tour.
 
For children from 6 to 12 years
 
*Guided Tours 2019:
13 Mar and 7 Sept, each time at 2 pm
Meeting Point: Peter´s Church (Peterskirche)
Duration: Approx. 1 hour
Costs: € 2 per child
Please note that registration at the Tourist Information is required.
 
*Please note that the guided tours on public dates are only offered in German. You are welcome to book a private guided tour in English, for example, for a desired date.
Please contact the Tourist Information:
Phone: 06201 / 82 - 610, tourismus@weinheim.de
 
Informations about the private guided tours:
Meeting Point: marketplace fountain in front of the Old Town Hall
Duration: Approx. 1 hour
Costs: For groups of up to 15 people € 30 flat-rate, each additional child €2 per person
You can book this tour in German and English.

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

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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 - Okt.)