- For current Deutschheim State Historic Site hours and tour information, please visit https://mostateparks.com/park/deutschheim-state-historic-site.
- The site is closed New Year’s, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas days.
- Guided tours are are $5 for adults and $3 for younsters 6-17.
- For more information, call 573-486-2200 or visit the Deutschheim web site.
Located on the Missouri River midway between Jefferson City and St. Louis, the small town of Hermann (population 2,300) is a popular tourist destination, best known for its wineries, B&B inns and charming historic district. Annual festivals include the Wurstfest in March, Maifest in May and month-long Oktoberfest.
Hermann has been voted “Missouri’s Most Beautiful Town” by Rural Missouri magazine readers and a “Best of the Midwest” destination by AAA members.
Visitor information is available at VisitHermann.com.
From I-70: Take the Highway 19 South exit (#175). Go south 15 miles and cross the Missouri River bridge into Hermann. The Pommer-Gentner House will be on your right. Turn right on West Second Street. The administration building will be immediately on your right.
From I-40: Traveling west from St. Louis, take Highway 100 West exit (#251). Continue west on 100 through Washington and New Haven. In Hermann, turn left on Market Street (Highway 19). Turn right on West Second Street. The administration building will be immediately on your right.
From I-44: Take the Highway 19 North exit (#208). Go north 50 miles to Hermann. Continue north on 19 (Market Street) through the Hermann business district. Turn left on West Second Street. The administration building will be immediately on your right.