The former bathhouse from the 16th century is a real historical treasure of the city. The house now houses a restaurant and private room rental with special room furnishings.
Former bath house from the 16th century, two well-preserved boiler foundations with remains of a central heating system, a water pipe, a house well and remains of a stove were found during renovation work in 2000, and some of them can be seen in the dining room.
After historical examination it was found that the house attached to the outermost city wall fulfilled essential health and economic functions for the river port on the Mur.
It presumably served the mooring boatmen as a hostel, tavern, bathhouse and goods transfer point.
The Murbad was first mentioned in a document when it was rebuilt in 1613, but it should have existed as early as 1502.
The fields of activity of the so-called bathers included washing and cutting hair, treating wounds, “bleeding the veins, and much more.
The showroom includes the remains of the foundations of a previous medieval building are visible. The former bath house is now also home to an excellent restaurant.