The Hohe Haus (High House), a residential tower of late
Gothic style built by the order of the archbishop of Trier
in 1438, is the oldest secular building in the town.
Its special features are a so called "Cologne ceiling” and
a spiral staircase cut from an oak trunk, both dating
back to 1617.
Although quite small, the museum presents a wide range
of exhibits in its lovingly decorated rooms taking you back
to the good old times when Bad Hönningen was just a
little wine village.
The Hohe Haus is also the venue of exhibitions, recitals,
civil wedding ceremonies and the annual Thanksgiving
celebration in September.
53557 Bad Hönningen