When you stroll through the picturesque alleys of the old town of Markgröningen, one thing in particular stands out: the numerous old houses with well-preserved medieval half-timbering. These buildings, some of which date back to the 15th century, impressively characterize the townscape and, for the most part, also have a high historical and art-historical significance. It is therefore no wonder that the small town on the spur of the plateau between Glems and Leudelsbach has already been included in the German Half-Timbered House Route. The lively center of the old town of Markgröningen is the spacious market square. From here you can take part in a city tour with 30 stops. The town hall from 1441 is also worth seeing.