Permanent exhibition on the city's history

Since the 700th anniversary of the granting of the town charter in 2014, the historic vaulted cellar of the house at Perlengasse 2 has housed a small exhibition on various aspects of the town's history. Beginning with the beginnings of Hachenburg and the old town in the High Middle Ages, the journey through time leads through the Lion City to the present. From archaeological finds to the remains of the wooden water pipe, a town model, the formerly well-kept Schöffenkiste and a battalion flag from the Napoleonic Wars, the exhibits document Hachenburg's eventful history. A visit to the vaulted cellar is possible during guided tours of the town or by arrangement.

Further information on the exhibition and on the town's history is available from the town archives, which are also located at Perlengasse 2 (j.friedhoff@stadtarchiv-hachenburg.de).

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Brief description

Hachenburg Anno Domini 1314 Permanent exhibition on the town's history in the historic vaulted cellar

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Opening hours

A visit to the vaulted cellar is possible in the course of the city tours or by arrangement.

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