The following are listed buildings or sites in Rhineland-Palatinate’s Directory of Cultural Monuments:
- Hauptstraße – bakehouse (Duhle Backes), one-floor plastered building, 19th century
- Hauptstraße 9 – timber-frame house, partly solid or slated, 19th century
- Hauptstraße 10 – timber-frame house, half-hipped roof, first third of the 19th century
- Hauptstraße 28 – estate complex along the street; timber-frame, partly solid or slated, latter half of the 19th century, timber-frame barn, partly solid, late 19th century
Tiefenbach also has two churches, a Madonna figure standing on the slope, an old ore mine and the Wildburg (castle).
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