Nieheim Town Hall
The historic listed building in the style of the Weser Renaissance from 1610, houses the city administration. It is located in the centre of the city on Marktstraße.
Church of St. Nicholas
The Catholic parish church of St. Nicholas is a listed church building in Marktstraße in Nieheim. Its present form dates back to 1497. mentioned. Under the patron saint St. Nicholas, who is also the patron saint of the Hanseatic League, the St. Nicholas fountain and the St. Nicholas monument were built in addition to the church.
As a landmark of Nieheim, the Holster Tower on the nearby heights of Holster Berg south of the core town can look back on seven hundred years of history. The former watchtower, also known as the Nieheimer Warte, can now be climbed via steps as a lookout tower and offers a good view of Nieheim. In memory of its embattled past, spears are mounted on the outside as art objects.
The Richterhaus is located in the city centre on the newly designed Richterplatz. It is a three-storey half-timbered house dating from 1701 and now serves as an intergenerational project.
Richterplatz offers ideal opportunities to bring young and old together.
The German Cheese Museum, the Westphalian Beer Museum and the Sack Museum are centrally located. All kinds of interesting culinary facts about cheese and beer are waiting to be explored - a feast for all the senses. The world of old and new sacks - a local history museum of a special kind complete the unique museum offer in Nieheim.Read more