Explore Monschau in Germany with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Monschau
Sight 1: Felsenkeller Brauereimuseum
Sight 2: Burg Monschau
Monschau Castle is a castle in the eponymous town of Monschau in the southern part of the Region of Aachen in Germany. It is used today as a youth hostel and in summer as a venue for concerts and operas.
Sight 3: St. Mariä Geburt
The parish church of St. Mary's birth in Monschau in North Rhine-Westphalia was built from 1649 to 1650 by the premonstratenserpatre of the former monastery of Reichenstein as the first parish church of the municipality. It was a jewelless hall construction made of raw stone masonry.
Sight 4: Pauls’sches Haus
The Pauls’s house is a typical representative Monschauer Bürgerhaus, which was built in the second half of the 18th century. The client was Paul Christoph Scheibler. In 1824 it was acquired by Hermann Pauls. It has been in urban property since 1921. The house with house number 1 to 3 is located on Stadtstraße directly on the Rur and is entered under the monument number 25 in the Monschauer Listen.
Sight 5: Monschau City Church
The Evangelical Stadtkirche Monschau is entered a church in Monschau in the Aachen city region in North Rhine-Westphalia and in the list of monuments in Monschau. It is a church of the Evangelical parish of Monschauer Land in the Aachen church district of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
Sight 6: Rotes Haus
The Red House in Monschau, North Rhine-Westphalia, is a former headquarters of the Scheibler family and is now accessible as a museum, which is especially the civil home culture at the Wende of the city 18. to 19th century presented. The large patrician house was probably built between 1752 and 1768 by the cloth manufacturer Johann Heinrich Scheibler. Due to its facade colour, it is called Red House.
Sight 7: Troistorff House
The House of Troistorff in Monschau is a listed house in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Sight 8: Amtsgericht Monschau
Monschau is the seat of the district court of Monschau, which is responsible for the city of Monschau and the municipality of Simmerath in the southern city region of Aachen. Around 28,400 people live in the 206 km² judicial district. Neighbouring district courts are Aachen, Düren, Eschweiler and Schleiden.
Sight 9: Haller
The Haller is an old fortification from the 13th century in Monschau. Today, the complex opposite Monschau Castle is regarded as an independent fortification structure and not as a parked watchtower of Monschau Castle.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
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