St. Jakobus Catholic parish church
The St. Jakobus church on the Marktplatz square dates from the 14th century and is said to have been built by the knight Johann Brömser.
The tower is topped by a weather vane with a crescent moon and a star in memory of the crusades in which the knight took part. After being almost completely destroyed in 1944, it was rebuilt in Rhenish quarry stone masonry. The medieval portrait tombstones of the Rüdesheim nobility and the Gothic tympanum are interesting features.