A virtual tour will give you close-up looks at the most beautiful rooms of this historic edifice which was built in Gothic style between 1405 and 1409. About two hundred years later, in 1608, the southern front facing the market place was given a new facade in Renaissance style.
history and architecture: Here you can find more information about the history of Town Hall.
Ratskeller: will inform you about the famous wine cellar of Town Hall which holds a restaurant as well as a large storage of the best German wines.
Bremen Town Hall hosts about 500 events each year, small ones and large ones, of high as well as of low profile, occupying only one or all of the rooms available. This link will give you an impression of the splendid banquets showing Bremen's hospitality and its cosmopolitan flair.
The Golden Book holds signatures and messages of many of the guests who visited Town Hall.
The Town Hall and the Roland on the market place in Bremen have been UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2004. The ensemble is a "unique testimony" to the development of civic autonomy and market rights as they have evolved over the centuries in Europe. weiter