The Bauernkriegshaus was built around 1500 as a residential property. It was built by Nußdorf-based lay judge Hans Hohl. Alluding to envious people in the village, he had the following inscription carved onto the house: The house was destroyed in the 30-year war. In 1671 and 1672, it was rebuilt on the historical foundations in a half-timbered style. The house can be seen with this design today. It was used as an agricultural estate up until 1976 and was finally released for sale. The Bauernkriegshaus now consists of a farm, the house and a barn. You enter the courtyard of the house through a wooden gate; it is a partly covered courtyard where the annual Farmer's Hare Festival is held. You can enter the barn and the house from the courtyard. The house consists of a ground floor, first floor and second floor.
On the ground floor, there is a guest lounge. This area serves as a meeting point for many different Nußdorf associations and as an event room. The entire first floor is a museum floor. The following can be found there: the Pfarrer-Lehmann-Stube, the Peasant War Museum and the Nußdorf Village Museum. On the second floor, there is a room for youth work and an apartment that is rented. In the barn, there is a large kitchen for parties and two rooms with furniture, utensils and clothes from bygone days.
Guided tours can be booked.