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Rüsselsheims Attractions

Rüsselsheim is centrally located in the Rhine-Main region, an ideal starteting point to explore a wide variety of attractions in thr area.
  • Tour near by Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Mainz, Weisbaden, Hanau, Heidelberg, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, the Rhine valley to Rudesheim, Kloster Eberbach, Schloss Volrads, Niederwald Monument.
  • Opel Factory tours.
  • Shop at the excellent retail center in Frankfurt.
  • Maintz Cathedral.
  • The Gutenberg Museum.

Kühkopf Treasure Island

Kühkopf Treasure Island

Visitor and environmental education center Kühkopf Treasure Island - the aim is to provide visitors with insights into nature conservation, according to the motto "experience - education - responsibility". "I wish that the new information and education center" Schatzinsel Kühkopf "would be curious about our environment and impulses for a responsible approach to the natural heritage," says Hessens Minister of the Environment Priska Hinz during the opening in April 2014 Natural treasures in the special ambience of the former cow house impressively staged: with objects to touch, try out, listen to and discover.

Climbing Park

Rüsselsheim Climbing Park 

In the Rhein-Main Rüsselsheim Adventure Forest, everyone can have a great time and have lots of fun. A total of 90 climbing elements can be overcome. The courses have different levels of difficulty and are suitable for beginners and professionals.


Verna-Park (city park) in Rüsselsheim

This 56,000 square meters of garden-like treasures in the style of English landscape gardens with busts, floral scrolls, sundials, bird birds, music pavilion and staff ages and about 200,000 flowers.

Rüsselsheim Fortress

Rüsselsheim Fortress

In the middle of the town of Rüsselsheim, on the banks of the River Main, you will find the well-preserved remains of a 16th century fortress with ramparts, ditches and bollards. It houses the town and industrial museum Rüsselsheim.

Museum Gernsheim

Galerie and Lehrmuseum Gernsheim 

The Old Electricity Plant in Gernsheim is today the gallery and educational museum of the visual artist Mario Derra. In the turbine hall, the artist and the boiler house can be seen in the studio and the teaching museum. Numerous printing machines are also not to possess, but also still in operation. The largest lithograph in the world can be admired as a permanent exhibition.

Historic Rhine Ship Mill

Historic Rhine Ship Mill 

If you would like to deal with the mode of operation of a ship mill, the history of the ship mills in the Rhine around Ginsheim and Mainz, this is exactly the right place.



List of excursion destinations and sights in the district of Groß-Gerau, also visited by our visitors:
Mönchhofkapelle near Raunheim - The slate-covered baroque church is an architectural gem on the left bank of the river Main.

Museum Groß Gerau

Stadtmuseum Groß-Gerau

The permanent exhibition shows in two main sections about the Roman era and the history of the city from 1850 to 1990. There are also three monuments found during the excavation of the Mithräum - the Weihestein with Mercury, the lion and an altar stone, the second part of the exhibition spans the arc of the city's history from the beginning of industrialization to 1990. Several decades are devoted to separate areas. The Stadtmuseum regularly hosts special exhibitions, musical performances and readings that reach their audience well beyond Groß-Gerau.

Museum Rüsselsheim

City and industrial museum Rüsselsheim 

Focus is on working techniques and working conditions, economic, ecological, social and political developments, living conditions from the prehistoric and early 20th century to the 20th century as well as works of art in epochs.
Adam Opel AG has provided large-scale projects such as the production line, the piston-turning machine and an Opel-Blitz as well as an industrial robot from Kuka-AG. Furthermore, a fast new Opel Olympia record (built 1958, price: 6385.- DM, maximum speed: 125 km / h) and objects to the area of living and leisure are to be seen.

Museum Riedstadt-Erfelden

Museum and community archive in Riedstadt-Erfelden

A major focus of the museum work and the exhibits is the Rhine crossing of the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf (* 9.12.1594 - † 6.11.1632) on the 7th December 1631 during the Thirty Years War (1618-1648).The Swedish army fought in the confessional conflict with the German Protestants and France against the Catholic emperor and his Spanish allies. On his way to Mainz, one of the Catholic strongholds of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, the Swedish King moved together with his army through Erfelden, where he crossed the Rhine.