Park that car!
You need to get out and walk the town while visiting Buedingen. Besides the practicality, this is the best way to see all the half-timbered beauties throughout this town. There's several street-side cafes to plop down for a moment for a beer or coffee if you need to!
Don't forget to look up!
I was surprised to see roof ornaments were trendy in Buedingen. Here was a cat roof ornament that at first glance you may think is a real one.
This one a scene of cops is playing out, where it looks like a daring clown is being chased:
And here's a knight or cowboy on top of a horse on this roof:
Buedingen's Market Square
In the center of the half-timbered Market Square, where the Old Town and New Town come together there's a well with a Lion Statue and crests. Right around the Market Square is the 50's Museum that we loved and recommended earlier.
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