Heilbronn (German pronunciation: [haɪlˈbʁɔn] ( listen)) is a city in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is surrounded by Heilbronn County and, with approximately 123,000 residents, it is the sixth-largest city in the state.
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4.5 based on 104 reviews
This place is temporarily closed due to a major renovation.
If you ever have asked yourself how things of your daily life are working be it generation and supply of electricity to your home, communication by phone or Internet, how light is generated etc.
If you want to test your skills of understanding and mastering your environment - take at least 5 hours and visit the Experimenta.
If you can manage you will leave the exhibition with self made toys similar like on the pictures attached here. In any case you will not forget this day nor will you children or grandchildren who will accompany you.
5 based on 30 reviews
In a castle, and with about 5 floors worth of motorcycles and bicycles, the museum has something for just about anyone with any kind of interest in bikes. The museum takes you through the history from bicycles to current motorcycles. The signs are all in German sadly, but the cost to get in for students was only 2.50 euro. I believe it is 3.50 for adults. It is about a 4 minute walk from the Neckarsulm train station, and I believe there are several other sights in that same area as well. Consider stopping by if you are passing through.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
I grew up in the Heilbronn / Weinberg area and this is really a neat place to visit! The winds are howling through the dungeons and one can just imagine how it might have been at one time. The story about the wives carrying off their husband is a great tale, strange but true!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Church named for Irish Catholic missionary and saint.
This Protestant Church was named after St. Killian in 1297. The church was essentially destroyed in WW II and it took until 1974 that it was fully rebuilt and re-consecrated. One of the highlights of this church is the beautiful wood carved high altar by Hans Seyffer. Much of this altar was stored away in salt mines during the war so those parts survived the fire bombing. The rest was re-constructed after the war using old photographs.
If you find yourself in Heilbronn, take a few minutes to visit this church and appreciate its beauty and the work it took to rebuild after it was essentially destroyed.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Going here is a must before, after or while picking up your new Audi. Audi is known for its most efficient manufacturing techniques and this place showcases them all. Imagine a car company that can build cars in sequence rather than by model number. We saw A4's A6's RS7's A8's built one after the other. Amazing.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
This clock is very intricate and beautiful. It is amazing to consider how old it and the ingenuity that went it to it's creation. I loved sitting in the square by the clock and near Killian's Church, taking in the scenery and enjoying a cup of coffee.
4 based on 51 reviews
We came here in the winter--it is cute--it has an older toddler area (piratenweld) that is cute and then a baby area also. It is sort of lacking for the 5-10 year olds though--there is only one water slide and the big pool and heated pool (but as far as thrills go, there is only one slide). I will say, the outside playground area looked sensational and that would definitely make it a totally different experience. It is tremendously clean, and for our family for three hours (which was plenty, including changing time and showers) it was about 30 euro's, which seemed reasonable.
4 based on 25 reviews
I guess I'm biased. I grew up only a few streets away and was taken there several times a week. This is also where I learned to ride the bike and learned to ice skate.
The Park has two parts, actually probably three. First of all the rose garden, then the park and its wide lawn with the playground and then the lake. It allows for wonderful walks around the park, mediating in the rose garden or Reading the paper; having the kids play on the playground, or, if they grow bigger, play badminton or table tennis or throw the frisbee. Some people meet friends and have a picnic. There is a kiosk where one can buy ice cream, drinks, sandwiches or toys.
4 based on 18 reviews
4 based on 15 reviews
During a visit in Heilbronn, we also came across this little shopping mall. Typical shopping mall but very interesting food varieties to choose from. Probably a good spot to shop in Heilbronn. You might want to check out the tea store in the bottom of the center.
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