Nachtigallenhof

Wallertheim

Nachtigallenhof

The Nachtigallenhof in Wallertheim is primarily a large perennial garden (18,000 square metres) with site-appropriate plantings that cope well with the summer-dry climate. Orchards with species-appropriate poultry husbandry and a kitchen garden complete the picture. We offer guided tours for visitors and visitor groups by appointment. Of course, you can also visit the garden without a guided tour. Spend a few inspiring hours with us and stroll through the near-natural plantings (admission for garden visit 5 euros per person). Our small…

Gutenbergplatz

Mainz

Gutenbergplatz

Gutenbergplatz is named after Johannes Gutenberg, probably the most famous son of Mainz. From a sociological, historic building, and city planning point of view, it is the most important square of the city and recognised as a heritage site.

Unterhaus Mainz

Mainz

Unterhaus - Mainzer Forum-Theater

The Unterhaus Forum Theatre in Mainz is among the best known small stages in Germany. It is the venue of the annual Deutsche Kleinkunstpreis award ceremony for fringe productions and offers a programme covering satirical reviews, intimate plays, and comedy performances. There is also a programme for children. Satirical revue is like a match: if there is no friction, there is no flame. (Werner Finck)

Old district court

Ingelheim

Former Amtsgericht (local court)

The neighbouring earlier Hessen Amtsgericht is a neo baroque complex, whose 3 wings encase a courtyard open to the south. This palace-like estate was built between 1907 and 1909, according to plans of the Hessisches Hochbauamt Darmstadt. The facade of the main building is dominated by a triangular gable. An open stair leds to an admirably rounded portal guarded by pillars above which a coat of arms with the inscription “Hessisches Amtsgericht” is preserved. At the end of the 20th century these premises were sold by the state…

Ehemalige Synagoge

Bechtheim

Ehemalige Synagoge Bechtheim

  In 1855, the foundation stone was laid for the construction of the synagogue, which the local community acquired in 1900 for use as a kindergarten. Only until 1874 did the synagogue serve as a church. Thereafter, the building became the property of the Protestant parish, which originally wanted to demolish it to build a parish hall here. However, due to the objection of the state preservation of monuments, it did not happen. Even today, the synagogue is used as a Protestant parish hall.  

Rhine bank in Heidenfahrt

Ingelheim

The Rhine bank in Heidenfahrt

From 2001 to 2004, the banks of the Rhine in Heidenfahrt were extensively redesigned. Today, the river landscape combines local recreation and nature conservation and is one of the most popular destinations in the region, especially in the summer months. Some highlights of the riverbank section are the promenade and sunbathing lawn, numerous water birds near the shore and a fantastic view of the Rheingau.