Quality Hotel am Rosengarten
Bad Wimpfen, 74206
Phone: (49) 70 639910
Fax: (49) 70 639918008
Osterbergstrasse 16, Bad Wimpfen, DE, 74206
- Phone: (49) 70 639910
- Fax: (49) 70 639918008
The interestingly and uniquely named PlemPlem is a hub of culture and enrichment in the city of Heilbronn. An entity that works to promote local art and culture, PlemPlem sells locally made products, like clothing and accessories to a wide audience. Besides this, the place also plays host to intriguing events. See the website to know more.
Grosses Haus is a huge theater that is home to several phenomenal plays. This grandiose venue hosts performances by well established theater personalities as well as by amateur performers. What gives these plays an edge is the amazing lighting and sound technology offered by the theater. The venue is a perfect place to attend a play with a group of art enthusiasts.
Located within the confines of the gorgeous Theater Heilbronn, Kammerspiele is an event venue that boasts an illustrious range of events to offer the culture loving people of the city. Plays, ballad nights, concerts, film screenings and special heevents are a regular occurrence here. Check the website for more details on upcoming events, ticket prices and more.
With a variety of theater, comedy and musical events in store, Festhalle Harmonie Heilbronn is built to accommodate crowds and all their enthusiasm.
Wertwiesenpark is one of the most flocked to venues for concerts and other performances in the city of Heilbronn. With its lush surroundings and verdant landscapes, the Wertwiesenpark makes for a perfect open air concert venue, where hundreds of music lovers get together and have a blast on the grass. To get to know a thing or two about the cultural vibe in Heilbronn, a trip to the Wertwiesenpark is a must!
Rhein-Neckar Arena can accommodate almost all the residents of the small town of Sinsheim with its population of 35,000 residents. The former Dietmar Hopp Stadion can easily accommodate a crowd of over 30,000 during event nights when crowds throng the place to catch a glimpse of their favorite players. With matches like 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in the pipeline, little wonder that the stadium is as popular as it is. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
Built in 1824, the city hall, or Stadthalle, of Eppingen is the work of architect Karl August Schwarz. Though over the centuries, the hall has been renovated, re-modified and has had major changes made to it, it still retains its charm. Managed by the City government, this hall is today used for a range of events, including concerts, seminars and much more. Also, the hall is given on hire for different kinds of events. Contact the Stadthalle for more information.
Schloss Öhringen is an enormous structure to say the least. There's a lot of history to this castle and to its every room. Among them, lies a wonderful event hall known as Blauer Saal (Blue Hall), which hosts plenty of events; social, cultural and private events too.
Festplatz Eschelbach is quite well-known for live concerts. The open space in the area makes it easy to accommodate a huge number to participate in any event. Famous bands namely Münchener Freiheit and more have performed at this venue.
If you are a music lover, especially those who love to witness the electrifying concert environment, then Anlegestelle Neckarlauer might be a place to reckon for you. An unassuming open space which turns into a significant concert place, having hosted big names of the music industry such as Beyonce, Robbie Williams and more. It is also a place where cultural shows and activities take place.
JUZ Farbstrasse is a very popular live gig event venue that gives amateur local artists and famed ones a huge platform to perform. Metal, Hard rock, punk music and more can be heard here. Not resorting itself to only music concerts, the space also hosts cultural activities and programs occasionally. JUZ Farbstrasse, located in Bietigheim Bissingen, acts as a meeting ground for the youth to bond and have a great time.
The historic Viaduct railway at Bietigheimer (a city near Stuttgart), built in 1851, is a source of historical significance for the city. It is no surprise then, that the open space in the vicinity is often used for hosting cultural events in the region. The setup, known as the Festplatz am Viadukt, has been host to many musical concerts as well as festivals. Bietigheimer Pferdemarkt or the Horse Market is a renowned and prominent event held here each year at this fairground. The Viaduct lit up for special festivals and provides a great backdrop for celebrations.