How did the old Warnemünder live? What did a typical living room, kitchen and bedroom look like? You can relive this in the original fisherman's and skipper's house (built in 1767) and with the help of selected historical objects.
In addition, by visiting the "Vörstuw" (parlor), the "Koek" (kitchen), "Achterstuw" (bedroom) and the side "Däl" (hall) in the listed house, guests can gain a direct impression of how the people of Warnemünde lived in these houses at the end of the 19th century. Century in these houses have lived. Also worth seeing is the museum courtyard, with the typical Warnemünde pear tree, benches and herb garden.
The Warnemünde people were sailors, pilots and fishermen and in their lives they were exposed to many dangers. How did they master them? The permanent exhibition invites you to a voyage of discovery through the history of the place on 240 square meters of exhibition space. You will experience a vivid picture of everyday life in Warnemünde in the 19th and early 20th century. An old line rescue wagon of the pilots from 1883, sea chests and nautical equipment of the sailors, typical and unusual fishing methods of the fishermen and much more can be seen. You can also learn about the history of the most important Warnemünde invention, the beach chair. Also worth seeing is the museum courtyard, with the typical Warnemünde pear tree, benches and herb garden.Visit us!
- May to September Tue - Sun from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- October to April Tue - Sun from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Adults 3 €
- Children and concessions 1 €
- families 6 €
- Groups from 10 persons 2 €/ person
- Guided tour adults 2 €/ person, children 1 €/ person