The core of the town hall dates back to the 14th century. However, it was not until 1818 that the building received its present façade following a radical reconstruction. Given that this reconstruction project dates back 200 years, the town hall ranks as one of the oldest neo-Gothic buildings in Germany. The impressive Gothic rib-vaulted cellar of the town hall is well preserved. Massively bricked octagonal pillars support the vault in the middle of the room.
Town hall, Parchim