Sinsheim Hauptbahnhof — called Sinsheim station until 2010 — is a station on the Neckargemünd–Bad Friedrichshall-Jagstfeld railway in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The station falls within the area of the Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar and is an important station in the Kraichgau. In the area of the city of Sinsheim, there are also stations at Hoffenheim, Sinsheim Museum/Arena, Steinsfurt and Reihen.
The station was opened in 1868 to coincide with the opening of the Meckenheim–Rappenau section of the Neckargemünd–Bad Friedrichshall-Jagstfeld railway of the Grand Duchy of Baden State Railways. The station building was built in 1867/68. It was designed in the Weinbrenner style by a student of the architect Friedrich Weinbrenner. The building, including its ground and upper storey, is listed as a cultural monument by the state of Baden-Württemberg.
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