Heilbronn has always been open for innovative ideas. The city’s sons and daughters have decisively influenced the realms of technology and economics.
The theatre located at the northern end of Allee street was the hub and visible proof of the cultural prime in the mid-1920s. Four daily and several weekly newspapers reflected the political and cultural diversity.
Clubs were bustling hives of activity. Next to sports clubs, choirs and religious, social and political groups the city was also home to some exotic and quite future-oriented organisations, such as the vegetarians’ association and the residential building co-operative.