Home of the poet Justinus Kerner - the former dwelling of doctor and poet Justinus Kerner is a truly peculiar house. Here, he received numerous prominent personalities of his time. On his exact guest list are names like earl Alexander von Württemberg or David Friedrich Strauss. Today, in the upper floor visitors can admire the original equipped living rooms of the family which reflect the residential atmosphere of the 19th century. An attraction is the "coffin room" as well as the mind tower in the garden.
The Roman Estate with Bath Ruin - one of the best preserved Roman constructions was discovered by big chance. With the plant of a tree in 1906, one exposed the floor plan of a Roman bath arrangement at the foot of the castle Weibertreu. Other excavations brought out parts of a Roman dwelling house. This was the proof that the arrangement had no military function but purely civil purposes. The city of Weinsberg restored the arrangement and opened it to the public.
Museum Weibertreu - When the German King Konrad III forced the Castle Weinsberg to capitulate in 1140, a unique history occurred according to legend. He permitted free deduction to women and children and allowed the women to take as much of her havings as they could carry. To his surprise, the loyal women carried her men on the back from the castle what the king generously granted, because one may not break a king's word. The exhibits are dedicated to this happening and also to the bloody Easter in 1525 and to the history of castle and town.