The only Neo-Gothic railway station building in South Germany. Was constructed in 1868 following the extension of the Heidelberg-Sinsheim-Heilbronn line. Now refurbished, it contains the tourist information office and a restaurant/bistro/café together with a bus stop and carparking facilities.Guided tours of the town start from there.
Railway station and Tourist-Information
Carl-Ulrich St 1
Bad Wimpfen, 74206
Bad Wimpfen is on the Heidelberg-Heilbronn rail line. There is a good service and trains are usually reliable and comfortable. It is local transport only, so you cannot reserve a seat. For most of the year, this is not necessary anyway.
BUT during the Christmas Market there, trains are really crowded. If you go to the market in the afternoon, train travel is still comfortable. But going back after dark, it seems that hundreds, if not thousands of people are waiting to get into the train.
(Okay, thousands is too much, but that's what it feels like.)
Be prepared to stand in the train, at least for a few stops.