Sinsheim is a town in southwestern Germany, in the Rhine Neckar Area of the state Baden-Wurttemberg between Heidelberg and Heilbronn in the district Rhein-Neckar.
Sinsheim’s main tourist attraction is the Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, actually situated in the suburb Steinsfurt, displaying a collection of historic vehicles to over 1 million visitors per year. Additionally, Sinsheim has a historic city core; the Altes Rathaus (old city council) is a museum for the town and its role in the 1848 revolution. The town is overlooked by an old fortress, Burg Steinsberg in the village of Weiler. With its octagonal tower, dating back to the 13th century, it has sometimes been called the compass of the Kraichgau region, and nowadays contains a restaurant.