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Visit a significant part of German-American history – and early Missouri settlement – at Deutschheim State Historic Site. Stroll through the restored 1840s and 1850s buildings and explore how German-Americans settled the Hermann area and developed...more
This destination is great for taking a look into the historic German community of Hermann. A large portion of the community spoke their native toungue of Gernany well into the 20th century. Very interesting.
The tour guide was knowledgable, the exhibits accurate and well preserved. The book store has things you won't find anywhere else, such as translating German script and fabulous springerle molds (did you know you can make lovely paper imprints as well as cookies!). We also...More
Linda was our tour guide and she gave us a wonderful tour of two very old homes in Hermann—built in 1840 and 1842. These houses are very well preserved with much of the original furnishings. I loved all the personal information that Linda gave us...More
It was interesting to see how the people lived back in the day. The museum buildings provide a historical look into the past. Our guide was exceptionally knowledgeable. We learned much during our tour.
Our guide did a fantastic job of filling us in on the history of Hermann, Missouri and providing insight into the German culture during our one-hour tour. At $5 per person, this tour is a real bargain. We appreciated our guide pointing out which items...More