The hist. town hall of Hann. Münden is one of the most important buildings of the Weser Renaissance.
With its magnificent portal, the three dwarf houses and the two-storey oriel, the so-called "Utlucht", on the north front, the town hall forms a contrast to the plain-looking Guelph castle. Today, the town hall houses the registry office and the tourist information office.
Inside there are two halls, one above the other. In the 1920s, the lower town hall was decorated with murals depicting the town's history. On the wall of the building, numerous level marks recall past floods. The "Maß-Elle" next to the north portal bears witness to the colourful market hustle and bustle on the town hall square.