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Exhibitions and Galleries, Monuments and Sights, Historical Buildings, Brick Gothic, Ateliers and Workshops, family-friendly

The Socio-Cultural Center offers an atmospheric platform for many events in the historical ambience: Concerts with live music of various genres, puppetry, theater, cabaret and other live events. In addition, there are changing art exhibitions, regular drawing and ceramics courses and art workshops.

The socio-cultural center is located in the middle of Greifswald's city center in a listed ensemble whose oldest components date back to the 13th century. An idyllic courtyard with historic half-timbered buildings houses artistic workshops and is the venue for open-air concerts in summer. The event hall has an eventful history - Greifswald's oldest church building, metal foundry, bakery - today concerts ranging from classical to jazz, blues to rock are held here year-round, as well as children's theater, performances, and lectures, readings and seminars. A gallery on the upper floor shows changing exhibitions of local and national artists. Artistic techniques are taught in courses and workshops - such as screen printing, intaglio printing, silversmithing, stamp and linoleum cutting, bookbinding, and much more. Two choirs rehearse regularly in the house, there is a sing-along, children's chess, as well as meetings of senior groups. During the vacations, there are hands-on activities for children and puppet shows. Another focus is on intercultural encounters with the "Intercultural Café" that takes place every two weeks. The main task of the city's socio-cultural center is to enable as many people of all ages as possible to participate in culture. Active involvement and participation are to be encouraged.Highlights in the cultural calendar of the region, such as the "Literature Spring", the "Nordic Sound", the city festival "A Day with Caspar-David-Friedrich", the "Fantakel Figure", and the "Festival of the Arts" are all part of the program., the "Fantakel-Figurentheaterfestival", the "Intercultural Week", the "Tanztendenzen" and the "polenmARkT" are guests with events at St.Spiritus.

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Sozio-kulturelles Zentrum St. Spiritus

Lange Straße 49/51
17489 Greifswald


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European circle dance and BalFolk for dancing along

  • Date: 2/20/24 to 7/16/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

Open offer for all who feel like moving to beautiful music and nice people.

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Citizens' advice: How can I view my Stasi file?

  • Date: 7/4/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

On-site service for applying for access to the Stasi files

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US espionage on the Baltic Sea - reality and legend as reflected in the Stasi files

  • Date: 7/4/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

Lecture and discussion with Dr. Michael Heinz (historian, Federal Archives, Stasi Records Archive Rostock)

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FIL: Paths to happiness

  • Date: 7/11/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

The Berlin master of the heart of music cabaret

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European circle dance and BalFolk for dancing along

  • Date: 2/20/24 to 7/16/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

Open offer for all who feel like moving to beautiful music and nice people.

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Citizens' advice: How can I view my Stasi file?

  • Date: 7/4/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

On-site service for applying for access to the Stasi files

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US espionage on the Baltic Sea - reality and legend as reflected in the Stasi files

  • Date: 7/4/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

Lecture and discussion with Dr. Michael Heinz (historian, Federal Archives, Stasi Records Archive Rostock)

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© Reiner Mnich

FIL: Paths to happiness

  • Date: 7/11/24
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

The Berlin master of the heart of music cabaret

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Indoor playground "kunti-bunt"

  • Open today
  • An der Thronpost, 17489 Greifswald

The "kunti-bunt" indoor playground in Greifswald is the perfect place to avoid boredom. Adventure, action and fun await you on 3,400 m² with great play and climbing attractions at any time of year.

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Watermill Hanshagen

  • Mühlenblick, 17509 Hanshagen

Visit the listed Watermill Hanshagen built in 1524. Experience the history, enjoy the superb Environment, eat, celebrate and stay overnight or get married here! Start your trips to the Hanse town Greifswald and Stralsund or to the Islands of Usedom or Rügen.

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Pomeranian State Museum

  • Open today
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

14,000 years of eventful history on the southern Baltic coast on both sides of the Oder are presented between the former Franciscan church and the city wall - in an award-winning ensemble of buildings that impressively combines Gothic, classicist and contemporary architecture. The valuable collection of paintings presents works by renowned painters such as Caspar David Friedrich, Frans Hals, Philipp Otto Runge, Max Liebermann, Max Pechstein and Vincent van Gogh.

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Caspar David Friedrich Center

  • Open today
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

The Caspar-David-Friedrich-Zentrum, opened in 2004 in the historic Seifensiederei and expanded in 2011 to include the entire former residential and commercial building of the Friedrich family, commemorates the great painter and greatest son of the city of Greifswald. It is also a museum, documentation and research center. Caspar David Friedrich was born here on September 5, 1774.

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Surfspot Ludwigsburg

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17509 Ludwigsburg

In southern and south-westerly winds Ludwigsburg is first choice in the direct vicinity of Greifswald - and also the only one. For the slightly gusty wind the spot reimburses with a large Shallow area and plenty of space to build up.

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Tremt surf spot

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18519 Tremt

On east wind days Tremt is a popular shallow water spot on the Greifswalder Bodden. The entry area is a bit narrow, but you can do it on the water and on land really wide. A fat nozzle provides extra power in kites and sails.

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Nautic VR - Experience virtual reality

  • Open today
  • Lange Reihe, 17489 Greifswald

At Nautic-VR you can explore virtual reality together with your friends! So put on your goggles and off you go!

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Village Church Groß Kiesow

  • Schulstraße, 17495 Groß Kiesow

The Church dates from the 13th century and is built of stone and brick. Next to the church begins a pilgrim path, which is signposted with 8 stations.

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Eldena monastery ruins

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wolgaster Landstraße, 17493 Greifswald

The monastery ruins and park are a popular excursion destination for Greifswald residents and their guests. The monastery ruins are also the starting and finishing point of the themed cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which traces the stations and lives of the North German Romantics of Western Pomerania.

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Loissin surf spot

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17509 Loissin

You can reach the spot via the campsite, where you can also take a shower and, of course, pitch your tent. Beginners will find a large standing area in Loissin. Experienced surfers will be happy about the fantastic shallow water conditions. The spot works with wind from west to northeast.

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Regional store WOLFGRAMM

  • Open today
  • Zum alten Mischplatz, 17498 Levenhagen

Regionalladen WOLFGRAMM brings together the diversity of the region.

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University of Greifswald

  • Domstraße, 17489 Greifswald

The University of Greifswald is one of the oldest universities in Europe. The baroque main building with the old faculties in the middle of the old town is a particularly popular destination for tourists.

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Caspar-David-Friedrich-Bildweg

  • Rathaus/Markt, 17489 Greifswald

Discover the almost authentic pictorial motifs of the artist born in Greifswald - Caspar David Friedrich. At vantage points, which Friedrich chose as motifs for his works and which are still preserved today, you can recreate the typical Friedrich mood.

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© Gudrun Koch

Caspar-David-Friedrich-Bildweg

Discover the almost authentic pictorial motifs of the artist born in Greifswald - Caspar David Friedrich. At vantage points, which Friedrich chose as motifs for his works and which are still preserved today, you can recreate the typical Friedrich mood.

Read more: "Caspar-David-Friedrich-Bildweg"
© Gudrun Koch

Marketplace of the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Markt, 17489 Greifswald

The development of the town of Greifswald began with the founding of Hilda Monastery. The town was first mentioned in a document in 1248 and received its town charter in 1250. The market square is the heart of the historic old town. Caspar David Friedrich painted the market square with a view of the Ratsapotheke and part of the town hall as a watercolor - on display in the Pomeranian State Museum.

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