From the council and police servant's house from 1798 you come to the Malchin Gate. Here are still prison cells from the 19th century. Several stagings let you immerse yourself in the history of the gate and the agrarian and artisan town of Teterow.
The Teterow City Museum is located in the Malchiner Tor and the adjacent Rats- und Polizeidienerhaus. In this half-timbered house from 1798 lived the municipal prison guard for the prisoners in the gate prison. The cells from the 19th century still exist on the lower gate floor. A prison staging lets you relive the prison situation. Other stagings in the showcase rooms and in the courtyard area provide insights into the life and work of Teterow's farm workers and craftsmen in earlier times. Another focus is on the stories of the Teterow citizens, the most famous of which is the story of the Teterow pike with the bell around its neck. Regularly changing special exhibitions and educational events, especially in the summer months, also invite visitors to the museum. For example, grain can be ground into flour on the early historical trough mills or a washing day can be arranged as it was around 1900.
- Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
- Friday 13 - 17 o'clock
- Saturday 10 - 16 h
- 2,- €/ person
- reduced 1,- €/ person
- family ticket 3,- €
- Groups with guided tour single price plus 10 € guided tour fee