Experience tradition in the "Old School", which was extensively renovated in 1998 and houses the library, the local history room and the printing museum.
Experience tradition in the "Alte Schule" (old school), which was extensively renovated in 1998 and houses the library, the local history room and the printing museum. The building, which dates back to 1869, now offers a wide range of cultural activities on two floors.
The town library has a large selection of books, music, audio CDs, PC games for children and DVDs for all age groups, as well as an Internet corner.
You can experience what life and living was like in grandmother's time in the Heimatstube.
However, the heart of the museum is the letterpress museum with a workshop on the ground floor of the building under the direction of the printer and museum director Hans-Hilmar Koch.
The Museum of Letterpress Printing preserves the important cultural achievement of BOOK PRINTING in the form of a re-enactment of a letterpress printing shop from the beginning of the 20th century. What is unusual about the only museum of its kind in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is that printed matter is still produced using this process. A large part of the old printing technology comes from the former Krakow Bontemps print shop.