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Grashaus
Fischmarkt 3
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432 4956 (Sekretariat Route Charlemagne)
Fax: +49 241 432 4989
route-charlemagne@mail.aachen.de
www.grashaus-aachen.eu

Opening hours
The Grashaus is not open to the public. Visitors who would like to view the building have an opportunity to do so in the context of guided tours.

Accessibility
Barrier-free access / WC / lift      

Guided Tours
Information & Bookings
Kunst- und Kulturvermittlung der Route Charlemagne
Johannes-Paul-II.-Str. 1
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432 4998
Fax: +49 241 432 4989
museumspaedagogik@mail.aachen.de

Getting here
Bus: from Aachen Hauptbahnhof (Main Railway Station) all bus lines in the direction of Bushof/Town Centre to bus stop Elisenbrunnen – continue on foot (300 metres) > Dom (Cathedral) > Fischmarkt
Car parks: Rathaus (Town Hall)/Mostardstraße, Dom (Cathedral)/Jesuitenstraße

Station Europe
Grashaus

The Grashaus was built in 1267 and served until 1349 as Aachen's first Town Hall. It symbolised the will of the citizens to take the fortunes of their town into their own hands. In the framework of the Route Charlemagne, the Grashaus represents the theme "Europe" and will become a place of learning about Europe.

History

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