Today it is home to part of the Grafschaftsmuseum
The House of the Four Crowned Martyrs
Built in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the House of the Four Crowned Martyrs owes its name to the quartet of corbels that are adorned with busts of the patron saints of master builders, tradesmen and masons. The portrayal of the ‘Four Crowned Martyrs’ in Wertheim is the only example of this kind found on a secular building in Germany. On the inside, the original layout and the stucco ceilings from the 18th century have been preserved. Today the House of the Four Crowned Martyrs is part of the County Museum.