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Historic old town

Hochheim am Main

Narrow little lanes with gently restored half-timbered houses take you on a mysterious tour to bygone times. Be enchanted by the unique charm of Hochheim’s old town.

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Hochheim Art Collection

Hochheim am Main

Picasso, Dalí, Vostell, Miró - the collection of modern and contemporary art from a private collector comprises 400 exhibits. The multifold permanent loan is presented in permanent and changing exhibitions.

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Hochheim Weinbaumuseum

Hochheim am Main

1 glass of wine with the RheinMainCard

The Hochheim Wine Museum is the first of its kind in Hessen. It vividly provides information about the work of a winegrower from vineyard cultivation to wine-bottling.

If on your own, on a guided tour, or an event in a museum atmosphere: Experience historic wine-making in an extraordinary way.

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Madonna am Plan

Hochheim am Main

Four rural workers found the Madonna statue in a "Reul" (a narrow alley between two houses) in Wiesbaden-Biebrich in 1767. It is suspected that it had been hidden there from the impacts of the Thirty years’ war. In 1770 the Madonna was raised on the former market square "Am Plan" by Hochheim’s citizens.

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Otto-Schwabe-Local Museum

Hochheim am Main

The Otto Schwabe Local Museum provides a forum for the local history of Hochheim and is mainly supported by volunteers. Situated idyllically in the old historic town of Hochheim it attracts tourists as well as Hochheim people. The highlight of this collection is the unique celtic mirror, along with findings of Roman and Celtic settlement. Hochheim’s history can then be further pursued with the first mentioning of Hochheim on occasion of the funeral procession of Holy Bonifazius, then from the first Hochheim Market to the world-wide operating sparkling wine brand Burgeff.

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Queen-Victoria-Memorial

Hochheim am Main

It all started with British Queen Victoria and her famous journey along the Rhine river in 1845. As Queen Victoria had started fancying Hochheim wines, introduced by her German husband Prince Albert, she took the opportunity to have a short visit to the vineyard of wine-maker G.M. Papstmann.

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