|o Mayor||Alfred Weiss|
|o Total||22.45 km2 (8.67 sq mi)|
|Elevation||649 m (2,129 ft)|
|o Density||150/km2 (380/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
The municipality Bösingen belonged formerly to independent municipality Herrenzimmern. For former municipality Herrenzimmern includes the village Herrenzimmern and the homestead Stittholzhof. In the hamlet Herrenzimmern the Burgstall Lußburg/Nußburg and lying proofs of the abandoned village Hinterhofen can be found.
Municipality Bösingen was newly formed on 1 October 1974 by the association of Bösingen and Herrenzimmern.
Farmer museum in Bösingen
The ruins Herrenzimmern in the district Herrenzimmern is above the upper Neckar valley.
Swabian-Alemannic Fastnacht Large village festival (annually, alternately in Bösingen and Herrenzimmern)
The 81 connects Bösingen to the north with the state capital Stuttgart and to the south with the Lake Constance region and Switzerland. The exit Oberndorf am Neckar is located halfway between Stuttgart and Lake Constance. Both destinations can be reached within one hour. The railway line Stuttgart - Zürich - Milan leads through nearby Rottweil. There are hourly connections from there to Stuttgart or Singen.