Rüdesheim am Rhein Things to Do

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Most Viewed Things to Do in Rüdesheim am Rhein

  • 1. Niederwald Denkmal - Monument

    The best place for excellent panoramic view's of Rudesheim and area, is from the Niederwald Monument. There is a big paved lookout infront of the monument, and viewing Telescope. On a beautiful day...

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  • 2. Drosselgasse

    Possibly Ruedesheim's greatest claim to fame, the Drosselgasse is a wonderful little (and I mean little) street which was originally used as a pathway for the fishermen and other sailors on the Rhine...

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  • 3. Walking Around

    The Oberstrasse is a very long road with lots of interesting shops and half-timbered house's. I quite enjoyed walking along this street. You must look up to see the old fashioned sign's, and I also...

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  • 4. Siegfrieds Mechanisches Musikkabinett

    What we came to Rudesheim for, was to see Siegfried's Mechanical Museum. NOW, THERE IS A CATCH TO THIS MUSEUM, ONE I DON'T LIKE! When we arrived, there were three tour guide's sitting outside doing...

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  • 5. Boosenburg

    BoosenburgCastle is believed to date back to around the 9th century. It is rather strange in appearance because it has a Romanesque Tower which is 38 meters high (the highest structure in Ruedesheim)...

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  • 6. Vineyards

    I have seen many lovely little German towns where the vineyards are right in the middle of the town or at the very least are in full view of the town centre. I really think that there is little that...

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  • 7. Brömserburg - Wine Museum

    The Wine Museum is located in the ancient Broemserburg Castle. The castle is more than 1,000 years old, making it the oldest castle in the Rhine Gorge. It has housed Archbishops mainly since it was...

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  • 8. Trip to Eberbach Abbey

    There is the possibility to stay overnight, organize meetings and have something to eat. We had our lunch at the Klosterschänke with a glass of their home wine. The menu and wine list can be found...

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  • 9. St. Jakobus - St. Jacob's Church

    What I noticed about St. Jakobus Catholic Church, was its lovely Tower with an onion dome. The Tower Chapel is the oldest part of the Church, dating to the 10th century, although St. James itself, is...

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  • 10. Adlerturm - Eagle's Tower

    Another Tower in Rudesheim, is the 15th century gothic corner Tower, located in the Rheinstrasse by the River. A part of the city fortification's, it's 20.5 m high, with a 5 m interior diameter, 1 m...

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  • 11. Mediaeval Torture Museum

    The Oberstrasse is the street you need to find to see the Foltermuseum where the story is told of Medival punishments in the Middle Ages. BE AWARE -THIS IS THE NAME FOR THE TORTURE MUSEUM! One of...

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  • 12. Kloster Johannisberg

    We came across this Kloster by chance. The Kloister had been used by Benedictine Sister's, then later as a residential home for the elderly. In the beginning of the 1960’s they started to grow...

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  • 13. Rhine River - Tours

    This is a must in my book when visiting the area. There is a number of landing stations, with various castles along the way. The commentary on the boat is very good. We did the trip from Rudesheim to...

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  • 14. Trip to Assmannshausen

    Just north of town is the village of Assmanshausen, along the Rhine. A vineyard village like so many others in the area, it is a pretty little place. The picture is from autumn when the vineyards are...

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  • 15. Beer in a "special" glass

    Gentlemen - tickle your taste buds with a large beer in a glass like this.For a smaller beer it is served in a boot glass. See second picture. They also serve...

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