The exhibitions in the Mönchgut Museum of Local History deal with life on Mönchgut from its historical tangible beginnings to the recent past.
In the Mönchgut Museum of Local History in Göhren you can discover life on the Mönchgut peninsula from its beginnings to the recent past. It is housed in a cane-roofed, listed building, which was built around 1850 as a farmer's, fisherman's and pilot's house. In 1963 it went to the municipality of Göhren and since then has served as a museum of local history. On display are prehistoric and early historical finds, geography and geology of the peninsula as well as the historical development of Goehren from the beginning as a small fishing and farming village to the third largest Baltic resort on the Island of Rügen.
There are also changing exhibitions, numerous events, attractive picnic areas and a small museum store. If you don't want to wander through the exhibitions alone, book a guided tour.