The church of St. Margarethen was first mentioned in 1298. However, the church, which is often referred to as the "church under the seven lime trees", has existed for much longer. Because around 1280 St. Margarethen became the place of jurisdiction and the place of the mayoral election. Because of its importance for civic life, the Margarethen Chapel became the symbol of the coat of arms given to the village of Hall. You can visit the chapel at any time without prior notice.