Medieval moated mansion in the Blumenthal district.
A moated mansion in Bremen? Look no further than the north Bremen district of Blumenthal. This medieval moated house, located at the point where the rivers Aue and Beck meet, was built by robber barons in 1354, and has been a listed building since 1973. Visitors can admire the paintings that were discovered on the wooden ceiling of the house. They were hidden from view by a second ceiling installed at a later date and so remain remarkably intact.
The museum is open on every first and third Thursday of the month. The backdrop of the lovely countryside and the house's historical interior offer the perfect setting for concerts, recitals, meetings, exhibitions and private celebrations, such as weddings with a medieval touch.