Kornmarkt Church

Kornmarktkirche Mühlhausen

The Kornmarkt Church in Mühlhausen houses a lovingly detailed museum to the German Peasants' Revolt and is a key venue for the annual German Peasants' Revolt festival in Mühlhausen.

The Mühlhausen Kornmarkt Church was originally a church of the mendicant order. Its time as the monastery church of St. Crucis is recalled today in the monastery garden created in 2008 according to the ideas of the Medieval scholar Albertus Magnus. In the capacious interior an extensive exhibition provides information about the German Peasants' Revolt. Situated in the town centre of Mühlhausen, the church is also regularly used for special exhibitions. Find more information at www.muehlhaeuser-museen.de




99974 Mühlhausen 

phone (0 36 01) 8 56 60 

Facebook: Mühlhäuser Museen 

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 17pm


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