• Schleifmühle
  • In der Ausstellung finden Fans von Geologie Kleinode der Erdgeschichte
  • Die Kraft des Wassers wird zum Schleifen und Schneiden der Steine genutzt
  • Neben der großen Mühlenanlage verdeutlichen detailgetreue Miniaturen die Arbeitsweise der Schleifmühle. Modell: Herbert Koch und Waldemar Leide
  • Nachdem die Verarbeitung von Steinen für den Herzogshof abebbte verlegten sich die neuen Besitzer der Mühle auf Fertigung von edelsten Gegenständen aus Schmucksteinen.
  • Der Garten der Schleifmühle und das Mühlencafé laden zu Wissensdurstige zu Pausen ein

Ducal Grinding Mill

From luxurious tiles to artsy walking cane handles the Schleifmühle Schwerin created art from stones and gems for the duke and his staff. The mill is located on the outskirts of the castle garden, is still fully functional, and is being used as a museum nowadays. Visitors can learn about stone cutting and grinding techniques, as well as about the daily life of the laborers millers. The museum is open all week March through October from 10am-7pm.

The mill is powered by a wheel driven by water. The functional exhibit with its reconstructed 18th century technology illustrates the stone cutting and grinding process and will give visitors a close-up experience of an historic stone grinder manufactory. Since the 18th century, not only large rock-like objects, but also smaller minerals and gems could be refined in the mill. Some of them can be found in the exhibit. Additionally, there is a small museum shop with precious souvenirs.

Opening Hours

March through October from 10am-5pm. And on request.

Contact:

Schleifmühle Schwerin

Schleifmühlenweg 1
19061  Schwerin

+49 (0)385 562751
schleifmuehle-schwerin@arcor.de


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Schleifmühlenweg 1
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