Open-air museum Klockenhagen
The open-air museum Klockenhagen is a historical village in a village, because on five hectares of parkland there are typical Mecklenburg farmhouses, barns, windmills and a village church.
The museum courtyard pours on the charme of the rural Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Here in Klockenhagen you can experience different farmhouses and architectural styles from the 17th to the early 20th century. You and your family get to know the old Mecklenburg and Pomerania - as it once was.
In addition to thatched hall houses, farm houses, bakery, fire engine house and half-timbered church, the last surviving post mill of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is also represented. We keep traditional domestic animals such as Angeln Saddleback pig, Pomeranian Coarsewool sheep and various feathered animals. In the buildings we have tried to bring the interior fittings from old times including furniture, rural tools and traditional technology into the present day - to look, to marvel and to touch.
"We are a living museum. For children there are varied activities and a lot of animals to discover." (MFried Krüger)
- Herb tours in the farm garden
- Smoking of fish
- Wool room
- Wheelwright / green wood workshop
- The barber is coming
- Home economics as it used to be
Our rural store in the open-air museum Klockenhagen offers great products:
- Sea buckthorn products
- Hand-crafted goods
- Artisan craftwork
- Enamel ware