Historic office, © Maik Senkbeil, Stadt Lübz
Museums, Historical Buildings

The Amtsturm is one of the best preserved fortified towers in Germany - built over 700 years ago. The charm and special feature of the old town of Lübz on the Müritz-Elde waterway, lies in the unity of its well-preserved historical layout.

The office tower, the only witness of the Lübzer Eldenburg, is late Romanesque in appearance and was built at the same time as the castle from 1306 - 1308 by the margraves Otto and Hermann of Brandenburg. The castle, which was rebuilt at the end, was a ducal widow's residence from 1547 - 1634. The last regent in the castle was Duchess Sophie (1569-1634). After her death the castle decayed and was sold for demolition for the most part from 1691 -1706. Since 1976 the last tower of this castle has been a town museum. Here, in the four permanent exhibition rooms, you can learn about the castle in connection with the development from the village to the town of Lübz, about the craftsmanship of that time, which played a significant role in determining the structure, and about the life of the people of Lübz around 1900. In the upper room with a rare cellular vault and the tower clock from 1856 you can find information about the most traditional Lübz company, the "Mecklenburgische Brauerei Lübz GmbH", founded in 1877. Since 1999 the museum has an extended exhibition area in the historic Amtshaus - today the town hall of the town of Lübz. The building was erected in 1759 as a ducal office on the ruins and vaults of the old "Eldenburg". traces of these predecessor buildings can still be seen in the cellars that house the museum.

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Stadtmuseum Amtsturm Lübz

Am Markt 23
19386 Lübz


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