The largest organ museum in northern Germany invites you to examine and listen to the most beautiful organs.
The Mecklenburg Organ Museum is housed in the neo-Gothic monastery church and the former rectory, now the Organ House. The primary purpose of the museum is to preserve endangered instruments from the Mecklenburg region. In addition, it is dedicated to researching and presenting the history of organ building. Eight playable organs are installed in the monastery church. The organ house is not accessible since 2020 due to renovation until further notice. A model organ, which provides insights into the functioning of the instrument, can be played by visitors themselves. The museum primarily houses organs that were in danger of decay at their original location, were located in churches that were not in use or structurally endangered, or had to make way for other instruments. The museum has an extensive specialized library. It can be used by appointment.
The monastery church is a regular concert venue and is also used for wedding ceremonies.
May to October Thursdays 12 noon ORGAN LIVE - 20 minutes of organ music on five organs.
July to September Sundays 11.30 a.m. ORGAN MATINEE
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