The Hessian municipality Niedernhausen is situated in the idyllic heart of the national park Rhein-Taunus in very close proximity to Wiesbaden. A landmark of the city is the 46 m high Theiss Viaduct, which was built between 1937 and 1939. The Theiss Viaduct is a popular place for hiking, hiking enthusiasts find many hiking trails around the municipality which connect to national hiking routes.
Thanks to the connection of the railway station to the Main-Lahn-Strecke, the city is easy to reach. There is a city bus connection to and from Wiesbaden, the city train line 2 connects Niedernhausen with Frankfurt am Main. By car you can reach Niedernhausen via the junction of the motorway 3 as well as via the B 455.
In the city district of Niederseelbach, you will find the most treasured historical building in themunicipality with the evangelical Johanniskirche.
The historical town hall in the city district of Engenhahn is a half-timbered listed building. It was built in approx. 1768 and from the year 1820 it served as a school building and later as a location for the municipal administration.
The Alte Katholische Kiche „old catholic church“ which is under a preservation order, was independently renovated by a private association. Today the church serves as a Kulturzentrum „cultural centre“ for the municipality and it is an event venue for concerts, art exhibitions and theatre performances.
Originally the Rhein-Main-Theater was specifically built for the performance of a musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber "Sunset Boulevard". Since the show was discontinued in 1998, the theatre now serves as a performance space for concerts and other events.
In the Ristorante Pizzeria La Gondola you will be served freshly prepared set meals. Whether that is a tasty pizza, exquisite pasta dishes or Italian specialties- as well as these delicacies you can expect to find a courteous and friendly service.