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Old Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

Old Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
The Old Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Travemunde

The Old Lighthouse, 31 metres high, is situated on the Trave promenade, and was the first in Germany to become operational, in 1539. Today, it houses a maritime museum on eight floors.

Hours: March - April: Thursday - Sunday 10am - 5pm, May and June: Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm, July and August: Tuesday - Sunday 10am, - 5pm, September and October: Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm. Admission for adults is 2 €, Children under 14 years are 1 €.

[ Source: http://www.travemuende.de ]

Related: http://www.leuchtturm-travemuende.de
Address: Am Leuchtenfeld 1, 23570 Travemünde
Tags: Travemunde, Lubeck, Lighthouse, Maritime Museum


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