Historisches Münstermaifeld

Münstermaifeld

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Münstermaifeld invites you to visit the old town and museum The small town of Münstermaifeld with its imposing collegiate church towers high above the gently undulating hills of the Maifeld. A stroll through the narrow streets with their impressive courtyards and town houses leads back to an eventful history. A new signposted is a historic city tour that starts at the tourist information on Münsterplatz. There you also get a folding plan for the city tour. Along the city tour there are information boards at numerous buildings with a short description and a QR code with which you can call up detailed information on your smartphone (provided that you have mobile internet). City tours take place every Sunday and public holiday at 2 p.m., from April to November 1. The meeting point is the tourist information. Two museums invite you to visit the historic Propsteig buildings: the focus of the new Maifeld Archaeological Museum is the significant discovery of a Franconian burial ground on the forecourt of the Münstermaifelder collegiate church. Around 550 burial sites, some of which are very encased, were uncovered there. The home and adventure museum showcases shops and workshops from the 1920s to 1950s that have been faithfully furnished.

At a glance

Opening hours

  • From January 1st to December 31st

    The old town of Münstermaifeld is accessible at all times, flyers for the city tour are available from the tourist information in the rose garden and outside of their opening times in the outdoor brochure boxes. The collegiate church is usually accessible from sunrise to sunset, services should not be disturbed.

Place

Münstermaifeld

Contact

Stiftskirche St. Martin und St. Severus
Münsterplatz
56294 Münstermaifeld
Phone: (0049) 2605 / 9615026

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