Nationalpark-Information "Flatterhus Kratzeburg"_3(1), © TMV/Gohlke
National Park and Nature Conservation Centres

The visitor information centre called “Kratzeburger Flatterhus“ houses an exhibition about the mysterious hunters of the night: the bats.

The village can be reached by train (route Waren (Müritz) - Neustrelitz). Between Kratzeburg and Dambeck runs the so-called "SpurenWeg", which is suitable for the blind and visually impaired. In terms of content, the trail follows evidence from the recent past along the edge of the path.

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Nationalpark-Information "Flatterhus Kratzeburg"

Dorfstraße 31
17237 Kratzeburg


+49 39822 29 665
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Opening hours
Today, Jun 16, 202410:00 - 17:00 clock
Gültig ab 01. May bis 31. October
Monday 10:00 - 17:00 clock
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00 clock
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00 clock
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Sunday 10:00 - 17:00 clock
Holiday 10:00 - 17:00 clock

Events

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Off to the pecks of the forest - family tour

  • Date: Tomorrow to 8/12/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

Family tour for young and old. With games and lots of fun, we dive into the world of the little people of the forest. I wonder what they tell us about their lives?

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© B. Lüthi Herrmann

Hunters of the night - family tour

  • Date: 7/3/24 to 9/25/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

From sonar and insect trapping to research - on this tour you will learn everything about the fascination of bats.

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© Nationalparkamt Müritz

17th Kratzeburg Bat Night - Family Event

  • Date: 8/2/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

Things to know about bats

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Off to the pecks of the forest - family tour

  • Date: Tomorrow to 8/12/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

Family tour for young and old. With games and lots of fun, we dive into the world of the little people of the forest. I wonder what they tell us about their lives?

Read more: "Off to the pecks of the forest - family tour"
© B. Lüthi Herrmann

Hunters of the night - family tour

  • Date: 7/3/24 to 9/25/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

From sonar and insect trapping to research - on this tour you will learn everything about the fascination of bats.

Read more: "Hunters of the night - family tour"
© Nationalparkamt Müritz

17th Kratzeburg Bat Night - Family Event

  • Date: 8/2/24
  • Dorfstraße, 17237 Kratzeburg

Things to know about bats

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World of Experience of the State Center for Renewable Energies

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  • Am Kiefernwald, 17235 Neustrelitz

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  • Am Tiergarten, 17235 Neustrelitz

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  • 17248 Boek

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  • Freely accessible at any time
  • An der Promenade, 17235 Neustrelitz

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  • Boeker Straße, 17248 Boek

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