The Freinsheim townscape is characterized by the well-preserved medieval town wall with its many towers and gates and the baroque town center, which appears in new splendor due to a successful old town renovation.
The Freinsheim city wall was built by the Palatine electors as a defensive ring against the Leiningen counts, who were in constant conflict with each other.
The baroque garden has been redesigned. It is a replica based on historical principles and was created to provide a suitable setting for the late Baroque garden house. Already in the first documented mentions (773 and 780), Freinsheim agriculture and especially viticulture play a prominent role.