The Scheelehaus was named after the Stralsund scientist Carl Wilhelm Scheele.
This gabled house was built in 1350 during the late Renaissance period and became famous in the 18th century thanks to Carl Wilhelm Scheele. The discoverer of oxygen saw the light of day here in 1742.
In the 1980s, the house was one of the few buildings in the city to be extensively renovated and restored. Since 2011, the Scheelehaus has housed a hotel and several gastronomic establishments.