The Neubrandenburg Regional Museum (founded in 1872) is one of the oldest civic museums in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
The museum offers the opportunity to experience the diversity of the region in one of the oldest civic museums in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Curious visitors explore the history of the four-gate city at three locations in Neubrandenburg's city center: The former Franciscan monastery, Neubrandenburg's oldest building, has housed the modern and interactive permanent exhibition on the city and regional history since 2013. In the Treptower Tor, the home of the museum since 1872, visitors walk in the footsteps of the prehistoric and early historical past of the Tollense region. The exhibition "Wege zur Backsteingotik" (Ways to Brick Gothic) is dedicated to this characteristic architectural style in the concert church in Neubrandenburg. The museum can also be explored digitally on the website of the Neubrandenburg Regional Museum.