Hermann, United States

Hermann Riverfront Walking Tour

Hermann Riverfront Walking Tour

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17 tour stops



Welcome to your first stop on the tour.

2 min

Hermann Star Mill

Your 2nd stop is the historic Star Mill built in 1867.

2 min

Concert Hall

Your 3rd stop is the Concert Hall on 1st St.

2 min

Historic 3rd St.

Take a peak down 3rd St.

6 min

Gasconade County Historical Society Archives

The county archives is your 5th stop on the tour.

8 min

Historical Hermann Museum at the Germann School

There are so many things to see at your next stop.

3 min

Showboat Theatre

The 1934 theatre is your next stop.


The Market House

The Market House is no longer standing but take a look at where it stood.


Hermann Veterans Memorial Park

This stop is dedicated to all who have, are, or will serve in the armed forces.

9 min

Deutschheim State Historical Site

The State Historic Site is next.

5 min

Statue of Arminius

Your next stop is the Hermann Platz, home to Arminius

5 min

Hermann River Memorial at Gerald Engemann Park

Just across from the statue is the River Memorial

9 min

Gasconade County Courthouse

The historic courthouse is a magnificent building.


Fernweh Distilling Company

Enjoy a stop at the Fernweh Distilling Company and their historic building.


Wharf Street and the Riverfront

On the way to the riverfront, enjoy some of the buildings on the way there.


Lewis and Clark Marker at the Riverfront Park

Enjoy a stroll along the riverfront park.


White House Hotel

Your last stop on the tour is the historic White House Hotel.



This tour includes a number of interesting stops including a number of places to grab a bite to eat. When the first settlers arrived from Philadelphia in 1836, they were determined to form a German colony in the New World that was “German in every particular.” They were so sure their town would prosper and grow that they made Hermann’s Market Street ten feet wider than Market Street in Philadelphia. Today Hermann is a wonderful example of a beautiful and charming German community.

Itinerary 2.2 km / 2:00

Offline map included

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