House of the guest
The "Landhaus Lehmann" was designed in 1907 by the Schwerin architect Paul Ehmig and was used as a summer villa of the Lehmann family until 1937. In 1937 it was rebuilt by the municipality and used as a town hall until 1991. From 1997 to May 2000 it was rebuilt and renovated into the "Haus des Gastes" by the spa administration with funding from the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Since May 2000, the house has been used as an event and exhibition space as well as a library. In memory of Henni Lehmann's merits for the island of Hiddensee, the house was officially named "Henni-Lehmann-Haus" on June 5, 2000.
Mo, Wed, Fr 10:00 - 12:30 o'clock
closed from 02.11.2020
The first time you use the island library, you will be registered in the reading card index. With the registration in the reading card index, the user can borrow up to 3 books per loan. The use of the island library, as well as the lending of books is only possible upon presentation of a valid spa card of the seaside resort Insel Hiddensee. A deposit of 5,- € is to be paid for each loan, which will be refunded after the return of the borrowed books. Residents of Hiddensee and employees of Hiddensee pay a one-time annual fee of 10,- €. For children and teenagers a reduced annual fee of 5,- € applies. The loan period is a maximum of 4 weeks. The borrowed books are to be treated with care. For damage, loss or non-return after the expiration of the loan period, the user or his legal representative is liable up to the amount of the replacement value.