Stop in the Visitor Center to begin your tour of Deutschheim State Historic Site.
This multi-sensory experience demonstrates a working "Gemusegarten" (kitchen garden).
Tour one of the oldest structures in Hermann and the home of a wealthy German family.
Explore the daily life of a middle-class German family in 19th Century Hermann.2 min
See where Hermann residents sought entertainment in the 19th century.33 s
Explore Hermann's history, housed in the former German School building built in 1871.
Former location of Hermann's German newspaper "Hermanner Volksblatt."
Previously the Begemann Store, this building is part of Hermann's Historic District
Visit the oldest continually-operating tavern west of the Mississippi.
The first steam powered grist mill in Hermann opened was built in 1867.
This historic mercantile building now serves as an event space.
A grain elevator and distribution center-turned-restaurant.
The location of many restaurants and shops. Stay for a while!45 s
Explore a garden plaza dedicated to Hermann the German.
Stop in for Hermann tips and brochures.
Stroll through history as you traverse through the core of historic Hermann, Missouri, exploring sites related to the town's rich German heritage. Founded in 1837 by German immigrants, Hermann to this day serves as an example of a town that embraces its past, from restaurants, breweries, and wineries serving authentic German fare, to museums and historic districts ready to share Hermann's story with you.