historical walk

The Marstall, located to the east of the castle, served as the accommodation for the noble horses. The ground floor was constructed in stone, while the upper level was built using timber framing techniques. The timber-framed building was completed in the mid-16th century. The pointed arch portal still exhibits Gothic elements. The Marstall is one of the few structures that survived the city fire of 1782.

Today, it houses the juvenile detention facility.