Pomeranian State Museum, © Gudrun Koch
Museums

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.

Various exhibits paint a multifaceted picture of the development of Pomerania since the first hunters and gatherers. An impressive highlight is the unique 30 m2 Croy carpet, a testimony to the high culture at the court of the Griffins, the Pomeranian ruling dynasty. After the Thirty Years' War, Sweden and Brandenburg ruled parts of Pomerania for almost 200 years. Finally, during Prussian rule, fishing villages became fashionable spas. The 20th century, with its wars, multiple system breaks and the huge population exchange, was perhaps the biggest turning point in the region's history. The exhibition shows the many facets of these breaks and continuities. In addition to meaningful objects, elaborate media stations and installations offer biographical approaches to individual themes.

A glass walkway connects the four buildings of the museum complex and leads directly to the picture gallery. Caspar David Friedrich, Vincent van Gogh & Co. also welcome you during the construction work on the Gallery of Romanticism. Travel with Friedrich on a painting to the ruins of Eldena and the Giant Mountains, gaze into a Pomeranian barn painted in glowing colors with Karl Schmidt-Rottluff or glide past Swinemünde in the moonlight on the Oder with the Norwegian Johan Christian Dahl ... Your favorite painting is sure to be there and is looking forward to a visit! If you've seen a lot, you have to take a break. The Franciscan monastery garden, the museum store and the museum restaurant "Natürlich Büttners" - Restaurant & Manufaktur invite you to do just that.

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Pommersches Landesmuseum

Rakower Str. 9
17489 Greifswald


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Opening hours
Today, Feb 28, 202410:00 - 17:00 clock
Gültig ab 02. January bis 30. April
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Events

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© Seebühne Hiddensee, Foto: Wiebke Volksdorf

Caspar David Friedrich - Voices from the Sea of Fog

  • Date: 1/21/24 to 12/8/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

Seebühne Hiddensee at the Pomeranian State Museum

Read more: "Caspar David Friedrich - Voices from the Sea of Fog"
© Pommersches Landesmuseum

Caspar David Friedrich. Lifelines

  • Date: 4/28/24 to 8/4/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

A hike in drawings & pictures

Read more: "Caspar David Friedrich. Lifelines"
© Peter van Heesen

Wanderer's night song

  • Date: 1/27/24 to 5/14/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

by Holger Teschke - staged reading Commissioned play for the Theater Vorpommern for the Caspar David Friedrich anniversary in 2024

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© Seebühne Hiddensee, Foto: Wiebke Volksdorf

Caspar David Friedrich - Voices from the Sea of Fog

  • Date: 1/21/24 to 12/8/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

Seebühne Hiddensee at the Pomeranian State Museum

Read more: "Caspar David Friedrich - Voices from the Sea of Fog"
© Pommersches Landesmuseum

Caspar David Friedrich. Lifelines

  • Date: 4/28/24 to 8/4/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

A hike in drawings & pictures

Read more: "Caspar David Friedrich. Lifelines"
© Peter van Heesen

Wanderer's night song

  • Date: 1/27/24 to 5/14/24
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

by Holger Teschke - staged reading Commissioned play for the Theater Vorpommern for the Caspar David Friedrich anniversary in 2024

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© Vincent Leifer

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.

Read more: "Watermill Hanshagen"
© Caspar-David-Friedrich-Gesellschaft e. V., ©2021 Gudrun Koch

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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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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© Gudrun Koch

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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Surfspot Loissin

  • 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.

Read more: "Surfspot Loissin"
© 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

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.

Read more: "Caspar-David-Friedrich-Bildweg"
© Dörte Wolfgramm-Stühmeyer

Regional store WOLFGRAMM

  • Open today
  • Zum alten Mischplatz, 17498 Levenhagen

Regionalladen WOLFGRAMM brings together the diversity of the region.

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© Gudrun Koch

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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© 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.

Read more: "Marketplace of the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald"
© Gudrun Koch

Greifswald barrage

  • Am Ryck, 17493 Greifswald

The Greifswald barrage is located in the water cross-section of the Ryck federal waterway at the mouth of the "Dänische Wiek" in the Greifswald-Wieck district. It forms an integral part of the flood protection system for the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald.

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© Gudrun Koch

Greifswald museum shipyard

  • Salinenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

The last historic shipyard in Greifswald is somewhat hidden on the northern side of the Ryck and was founded in 2001 as a self-help shipyard for owners of historic ships.

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AbenteuerSegeln (Sailing adventure)

  • Salinenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Whether a sailing trip to Norway, Rügen, Bornholm or Copenhagen, AbenteuerSegeln shows you with one of its modern and safe sailing yachts the most beautiful places on the European North Sea and the Baltic Sea. For day guests, various sailing trips are offered in Greifswald, which definitely provide an unforgettable experience in the most beautiful sailing area in Germany.

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© TMV/Tiemann

Ludwigsburg Palace

  • Schlosshof, 17509 Ludwigsburg

The Renaissance palace Ludwigsburg was built between 1577 and 1592 as a widow's seat for Hedwig Sophie von Pommern-Wolgast. After her death in 1631 the palace changed hands several times until it was sold to the Greifswald merchant Weissenborn in 1810.

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© Franziska Hagen/Verein UNS RIEMS

"UNS Riems" Museum of virology

  • Schulstraße, 17493 Greifswald-Insel Riems

On the tiny island of Riems – situated between Greifswald and Stralsund – is a cutting edge animal diseases research centers. Among other things, bird flu is studied here. The small museum is committed to present the history of this research, focusing on the beginnings and its founder Friedrich Loeffler.

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