Built in 1727, the pretty half-timbered building is still a showpiece in the center of the small town of Grabow. The town hall also houses the tourist information office of the town of Grabow.
The Grabow town hall was rebuilt in 1727 by master builder Christian Reichel and local craftsman Joachim Schlubeck, after it had fallen victim to a town fire in 1725. It is located directly on the market square of the colorful town on the Elde River, as the small town of Grabow is fondly called due to its many very well preserved colorful half-timbered houses. The town hall was also built in the typical style of the town center: as a half-timbered building, but with two stories as well as a mansard roof. The representative character of the baroque town hall is emphasized by the open town hall tower and a double flight of stairs at the entrance area.
The half-timbered house next to the town hall was connected to the town hall in the course of renovation and is now part of the administrative headquarters. It used to house the local history museum.
Marriage in the historic town hall of Grabow
In the town hall of Grabow, which was renovated in 1998, you can expect the typical half-timbered ambience of the colorful Eldestadt. Here you can get married in a civil ceremony.