Hann. Münden - Town with half-timbered buildings at the three rivers & home of the legendary Doctor Eisenbart

With more than 700 enchanting half-timbered houses and an idyllic location on the Weser, Werra and Fulda rivers, Hann. Münden attracts cyclists, hikers and recreation seekers. Friends of fairy tales and legends stroll in the footsteps of the most famous travelling doctor of the Baroque period: Doctor Eisenbart.

Hann. Münden for friends of fairy tales
Located in the middle of the German Fairy Tale Route, Hann. Münden is an ideal starting point for exploring the enchanting region on foot, by bicycle. or by canoe. Theme-related hiking paths such as the enchanting Country Path or the Mother Holda path, lead along the trail of enchanting and legendary figures through wonderful landscapes with palaces, castles and half-timbered towns.
On a guided costume tour or at his weekly consultation hour, Doctor Eisenbart welcomes you – he is the most famous son of the town. Let yourself be guided through the past of a rich trading centre on the river routes, shown from his perspective.

Hann. Münden for holiday tourists and day visitors
Because of its location in the middle of a unique river landscape and in the Weser highlands, year after year Hann. Münden draws many active holiday tourists in search of quiet and recreation with hiking, biking and water sports. The town with its famous legendary figure and its central location on the German Fairy Tale Route furthermore offers families diverse recreational and excursion possibilities. Whether for a boat sightseeing tour, a costume guided tour through the old town, or a climb to the Tilly Redoubt situated high above the town: Hann. Münden can be experienced in diverse and exciting ways!

Events & Guided Tours

A special note for guests who do not speak German:
Some of the guided tours and audiences offers or events presented here are currently only available in German,
some are offered regularly, others on demand in different languages.
In many cases, fairytale magic and fabulous seductions do not need spoken language to be properly experienced.
Let yourself be surprised or inquire directly at the address given in each case.
And please understand that for technical reasons some descriptions are shown here only in German. Thank you very much!

Hann. Münden Historical Tidbits

With the “staple right” granted in 1247, the town obtained an important trading privilege: all passing merchants were obliged to unload their goods in Hann. Münden and offer them for purchase to the Münden citizens for three days. Many buildings such as the splendid Weser Renaissance city hall, the St. Blasius church, and more than 700 richly ornamented half-timbered houses still reflect the wealth of this long-gone time today.

 

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