Baking bread in the historic Hochdahl bakery


Group offer/Family offer
Day stay
Bake bread together in the half-timbered house from 1838.

The historic bakery from 1838 continued until late
Baked bread for family needs in the 1940s. Since the renovation in
In the years 1989 and 1990, groups can participate under supervision after registration
Bake bread according to old traditions. During the baking the visitors find out
more about the history of bread baking and the bakery. Per baking process
At least 50 loaves of bread will be baked for the group to eat
can take home.

country experiences
  • Baking bread for groups of up to 15 people
The company has the TYPICAL quality seal neanderland .

Good to know


  • Group offer/Family offer

  • Gourmet/enjoyment

Arrival & Parking

Coming from the north/south on the A3, take the Hilden exit at the 19-Kreuz Hilden. Continue north on Hochdahler Str. Continue on Kemperdick, continue on Bergische Allee, straight ahead on the L403, turn right onto Professor-Sudhoff-Str., turn left onto Neanderweg. The historic bakery Hochdahl is at the end of the street, parking is available on the street.

Public transport
Take the S8 to Erkrath-Hochdahl. A footpath of approx. 300 meters follows. Turn left onto Professor-Sudhoff-Straße, then turn right in the direction of Neanderweg and follow the street. The historic bakery Hochdahl is on the right-hand side.

Price information

You can find out the prices from the provider and depend on the offer.


Bake bread for groups (up to approx. 15 people) by arrangement
Time required: approx. 3 hours


Bake bread for groups (up to approx. 15 people) by arrangement
Time required: approx. 3 hours

Contact person: in

Historical bakery in Hochdahl
Mr. Rudolf Becker
Neanderweg 10
40699 Erkrath

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Historical bakery in Hochdahl
Neanderweg 10
40699 Erkrath - Hochdahl