The Town Hall

The town hall was built in 1270 as a two-storey double gable building with a vaulted cellar and was used as a store in the Middle Ages. The town hall combines different building styles.

The Town Hall

The town hall comprises three gabled houses topped with an arcaded gallery supporting seven towers (1270-90). In front of this group stands a Baroque façade added in 1727. This splendid pink building is the oldest Brick Gothic town hall in Germany.
At the beginning of the 18th century, a Baroque porch was built in front of the Gothic wall, with its seven towers.

A sight worth seeing is the Ratskeller (Council’s Cellar) and the interior hall

address & contact

Neuer Markt 1
18055 Rostock