This ensemble of buildings is popularly known as the "sLandweibels Huus" (The Bailiff's House"), and from an architectural heritage perspective is a veritable gem.
The oldest section, a residential tower, dates from the high middle ages. Guided tours are available from May to October, upon request.
During the warm months of the year, the building is used as a gallery. There is also a fully-functioning hydraulic fruit press, dating from after the First World War. The ensemble is made available to the public today as a thriving cultural asset.
Information and enquiries
T 00423 237 72 80
Group guided tours
Admission is free of charge
Location / how to get there
sLandweibels-Huus is located near the centre of Schaan, directly on the main road between Zentrum bus stop and Laurentiusbad. The entrance is located to the rear of the building.
© sLandweibels-Huus, Schaan, Picture: Brigitt und Eddy Risch, Schaan