Wiesentheid is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany.
It was first mentioned in 918 as "Wisenheida". Mediatization in 1806 brought the former county of Schönborn into the Grand Duchy of Würzburg, along with which it became part of the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1814. The Bavarian Municipal Edict of 17 May 1818 (Gemeindeedikt (de)) formed today's Wiesentheid.
- Count's Castle Wiesentheid
- Kanzleistrasse – street with historic administrative buildings
- Schlossparkanlage – castle garden (English)
- catholic church St.Mauritius built by Balthasar Neumann
- historic vicarage
- historic town hall
- crucifixion memorial built by Jacob van der Auvera
- historic Mariensäule (memorial of Mother Mary)
Johann Georg Fuchs von Dornheim
- Johann Georg Fuchs von Dornheim, (1586-1633), prince-bishop of Bamberg, and fighters for the counter-reformation as well as ruthless sorcerers ("Hexenbrenner").
- Carl Stumpf (1848-1936), philosopher, psychologist and musicologist
Wiesentheid Castle of the Counts of Schönborn
, built from 1701 for Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn