Deutschheim rocking chair


109 West Second Street
Hermann, MO 65041




Daily — 10:00 to 4:00

Thursday-Sunday — 10:00 to 4:00

Closed New Year’s, Easter,
Thanksgiving and Christmas


10:00, 12:30 and 2:30 p.m.

Adults — $5
Ages 6-17 — $3
Ages 0-5 — Free

Group rates available

More Information

Official Web Site

Deutschheim Verein


Deutschheim Pommer-Gentner House

The 1840 Pommer-Genter House is one of the oldest buildings in Hermann.

Deutschheim State Historic Site
Demonstration Gardens

Weihnachtsfest at Deutschheim

Built in 1840 for Caroline Pommer, the Pommer-Gentner home’s neoclassical design and Beidermeier furnishings reflect the life of a prosperous merchant family of the 1830s and 1840s.

The Pommer and Gentner families were among the founders of Hermann. The Pommers had been makers of fine piano-fortes in Philadelphia, one of which is now displayed at the Smithsonian.

Behind the house is a period four-square demonstration garden and small half-timbered barn with 19th-century tools.


Deutschheim Strehly HouseThe 1842 Carl Strehly house is a rare treasure, with all the original furnishings and household items of a family of moderate means.

The original three-room house was constructed in 1842. For the next 27 years it was enlarged to accommodate a growing family and its businesses. The lower level housed a printing business that provided the community with two German-language newspapers.

In the late 1850s, a winery with arched brick wine cellar was added. One-hundred-year-old grapevines still climb an arbor running the length of the backyard.