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  • Tithe Barn

    Points of interest


    Hauptstraße 1

    66849 Landstuhl


    Short description

    Since the Middle Ages, the tithe barn is at the eastern entrance of the Kirchenstraße, between the remains of old city walls, the rebuilt city walls and the stairway to the castle.

    In the lower part of the historical building, in the "good room", there are also many private events taking place in the spacious rooms next to the city.

    In the rooms on the upper floor, the Heimatfreunde Landstuhl set up the "Sickingen Museum", which deals with Franz von Sickingen, a person and his political and intellectual development.

    Worth seeing is also preserved in its original condition oak beams, which carries the upper floors.

    The forecourt of the Tenth Barn was dedicated to Martin Butzer, one of the most important theologians of the Reformation, who, after falling out of favor due to his "Lutheran" outlook, found and supported Sickingens.

    Information: The Tenth Barn is open on special occasions. The dates will be published in the press and on the internet. Out of business hours, interested parties, groups and schools can call Verbandsgemeinde Landstuhl for appointments, Tel. 06371 / 83-0.

  • Tourist Information Union Community Landstuhl

    Recreational Activities

    Tourist-Information Verbandsgemeinde Landstuhl

    Hauptstraße 3a

    66849 Landstuhl


    Opening hours

    Monday-Friday: 9 am – noon and from 1 pm to 4 pm (on Wednesdays only until noon)

    Saturday: 9 am – noon (only from April-September)

    Contact information

    Phone: 06371/1300012

    Mail: tourismus(at)


  • View point: Am Herrengärtchen

    Points of interest

    Aussichtspunkt "Am Herrengärtchen"

    Am Herrengärtchen

    66849 Landstuhl


    Short description

    The view point "Am Herrengärtchen" was opened in the 19th century, when Landstuhl was a spa town. It was possible to stroll there from the spa gardens. The vernacular tells that around 1830 Heinrich Didier, owner of the post office, landowner and entrepreneur, from here controlled his workers in cultivating the breaker with a telescope. Decades later, the Hautevolé on the rock was still at home: the industrialist Karl-Ferdinand von Stumm-Halberg bought in 1853 with the Gienanth groves also the "Herrengärtchen". The view point was the center of hunts and forest festivals, to which privileged guests from all over Germany were invited. The story thus explains the origin of the name by the vernacular.