Schwäbisch Hall attractions

Top Choice Gallery in Schwäbisch Hall

Kunsthalle Würth

The brainchild of industrialist Reinhold Würth, this contemporary gallery is housed in a striking limestone building that preserves part of a century-old brewery. Stellar temporary exhibitions have recently spotligh…
Square in Schwäbisch Hall

Am Markt

On Am Markt square, your gaze is drawn to the ornate Rathaus and to the terracotta-hued Widmanhaus at No 4, a remnant of a 13th-century Franciscan monastery. It's also presided over by the late-Gothic Kirche St Mich…
Landmark in Schwäbisch Hall

Neubau

Towering above Pfarrgasse is the steep-roofed, 16th-century Neubau, built as an arsenal and granary and now used as a theatre. Ascend the stone staircase for dreamy views over red-roofed houses to the former city fo…
Museum in Schwäbisch Hall

Hohenloher Freilandmuseum

One place you can be guaranteed of seeing a black-spotted pig is this open-air farming museum, a sure-fire hit with the kids with its traditional farmhouses, orchards and animals. It’s 6km northwest of Schwäbisch Ha…
Museum in Schwäbisch Hall

Hällisch-Fränkisches Museum

This well-curated museum traces Schwäbisch Hall’s history with a collection of shooting targets, Roman figurines and rarities including an exquisite hand-painted wooden synagogue interior from 1738 and a 19th-centur…
Church in Schwäbisch Hall

Kirche St Michael

Steps lead spectacularly up to the late-Gothic Kirche St Michael, which was built in place of the original three-aisled basilica.
Fountain in Schwäbisch Hall

Gotischer Fischbrunnen

The Gotischer Fischbrunnen (1509) is a large iron tub once used for storing fish before sale.
Landmark in Schwäbisch Hall

Rathaus

The baroque-style Rathaus is festooned with coats of arms and cherubs.