Warnemünde Travel Tip:
The Museum is located in an old fishing house, built in 1767, in the so-called
Achterreeg (second line of houses). Here, the visitor is informed by exhibits on the history of fishery, of seafaring, of pilotage and sea rescue in Warnemünde. The development of Warnemünde from a fishing village to the today seaside resort is shown. Moreover, when the guests visit the living room (Vörstuw), the kitchen (Kök), the sleeping room (Achterstuw) and the hall (Deel) of the listed house they can get an idea on the living conditions of the inhabitants in the late 19th century.
Hours: April - October: Tuesday - Sunday from 10am - 6pm. November - March: Wednesday - Sunday from 10am - 6pm.
Address: Alexandrinenstr. 30/31, 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde
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