JBS Golm is located on the Szczecin Lagoon on the Island of Usedom. It is open all year round to receive school classes, youth groups, clubs and adult education groups.
Since 2005, the Golm Youth Meeting and Education Center (JBS) on the Island of Usedom has been open all year round for youth and adult groups as well as school classes and also for individual travelers. The Golm war gravesite and the German-Polish border, which is within sight, are starting points for peace education programs offered by the Volksbund. Intercultural encounters encourage a mutual examination of one's own history and that of the neighboring country. The JBS Golm teaches contemporary history using modern methods to facilitate discussions about national as well as European cultures of remembrance.
The Golm hill, located in a nature reserve, is the highest elevation on the Island of Usedom. Starting in the fall of 1944, a cemetery was established here for members of the Wehrmacht and for civilians who died in the air raid on Swinemünde on March 12, 1945.
In the JBS Golm more than 100 beds are available for the accommodation of the guests. In addition, there are several seminar rooms that can be used for workshops, group meetings and recreational activities. The outdoor area with its numerous sports and play facilities offers space for physical exercise, relaxation as well as cozy barbecue and campfire evenings. The guests of the JBS Golm are catered for by the in-house kitchen - full board is also available for larger groups. A German-Polish team supports and plans balanced programs for the stay.
For excursions in the surrounding area, the destinations of Swinoujscie and Szczecin, the seaside resorts of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin, the Historical-Technical Museum of Peenemünde as well as Greifswald and Stralsund are all available.