This Renaissance building, built by Hans Stefan in c. 1600, served many purposes. Until 1880, it was here that Heilbronn butchers sold their meat products under the open arcades, while the city court sat in the storey above, where - at weekends - citizens celebrated weddings and other family occasions.
Above the main entrance/east gable you may see an unusual interpretation of the city's coat of arms, while the south-west corner boasts a well-designed stair turret.
Not far from the building stands a bronze figure of Heilbronn’s Kathy.
Kramstraße 1, 74072 Heilbronn