Historic Building and Museum in Alsfeld
Neurathhaus is a historic half-timbered house located in the town of Alsfeld in the state of Hesse, Germany. It was built in 1619 by a wealthy cloth merchant named Johannes Neurath and is one of the most well-preserved half-timbered houses in the town. The building features a striking façade with ornate carvings and a distinctive stepped gable, typical of traditional German half-timbered architecture.
Inside the house, visitors can explore the various rooms and see original furnishings, including a large ceramic stove and a painted wooden ceiling. The house is also home to a museum that showcases the history of the town and its traditional crafts, such as textile weaving and blacksmithing.
After extensive renovation work, the Tourist Center has been housed here since May 2022.