The first documented reference of Hemmingen can be traced to the year 991 AD, when the settlement is mentioned as property of the Weissenburg Monastery. In the 14th century the village was divided in half. One belonged directly to Württemberg and the other to the local noble mistress Fief. In 1842 the Town Hall was built.
In 1930 Hemmingen already had 1,008 inhabitants and 228 farms. By the end of the 1980's a large-scale development was underway and the number of residents increased to 7191. In 1973 Hemmingen was included in the Ludwigsburg region. In 1985, the municipal administration moved to the renovated Varnbühler castle.
The city of Hemmingen is State of Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany.The municipality is with almost 8,000 inhabitants.
City HallAddress: Münchinger Straße № 5, Hemmingen, Baden-Wurttemberg
The city is with near full employment.
The town of Hemmingen is known for its wines, castles, festivals and markets. It is famous also for its Glems-Mühlen-Weg, stretching on past mills, orchards and meadows for 40 km from Glemseck (part of Leonberg) to Markgroningen.
In the town you can see the St. Laurentius Church - a typical medieval church, which had to be rebuilt during the Renaissance.