The old Augustinian church has been home to the German Hunting and Fishing Museum since 1966. The museum is home to almost 1,000 mounted animals (fish, birds and furred game). There are also skulls, as well as paintings, hand drawings and graphics with hunting and animal motifs. The large White Hall is of architectural note. The original architecture of the old church nave was rebuilt here after the war and has been preserved to this day.
- Capacity / Logistics: The museum enjoys a central location in the pedestrianised zone. Apart from regular delivery times, special permits are required for deliveries. Access is only possible via Neuhauserstraße. No lift
- Power supply: Regular and high-voltage current (32 and 16) available
- Condition: Well looked after