Although Vorpommern is the region with the most hours of sunshine in Germany, there are also days when the Baltic Sea shows its stormy and rough side. We have put together a lot of tips for trips and activities on rainy days for you on this page, so your Holiday will be exciteful and varied.
Adventure pools such as the Freizeitbad Greifswald or the Hanse Dom in Stralsund invite you to enjoy water fun under a roof. If you want to know more about the history of the region, you should use the rainy weather to visit one of the many local history museums. Even the larger museums such as the Pomeranian State Museum, the Historical-Technical Museum in Peenemünde or the Otto Lilienthal Museum in Anklam make you forget the frustration of the weather through the exciting and extensive exhibitions. Hands-on activities for children, such as candle-pulling or soap-casting, are held regularly at the Friedrichsche Seifenwerkstatt of the Caspar David Friedrich Center in Greifswald. Theater and ballet performances for young and old are offered by the Theater Vorpommern and the Vorpommersche Landesbühne in Anklam. Concerts in special locations, such as the Klanghaus am See in Pulow or the many small village churches in the region, ensure evening entertainment of a special kind. Let yourself be inspired!
With its five exhibitions and 46 aquariums, the OZEANEUM Stralsund invites you on an extraordinary underwater journey beneath the northern seas. Visit Humboldt penguins on the roof terrace, "Niki" the female sand tiger shark in the 2.6-million-litre pool "Open Atlantic" and the giants of the sea - real life replicas of whales.
Built between 1998 and 2005 and using the edifices of the former monastery from the 15th century, the prize-winning ensemble of buildings belonging to the Pomeranian State Museum displays numerous pieces from prehistoric and early history, the age of Hanseatic towns, the emergence of the Imperial Resorts.
The Caspar David Friedrich Centre was opened in 2004 in the old soap factory in remembrance of the great artist and the most famous son of the city of Greifswald. It was extended in 2011 to include the entire former residential and business premises of the Friedrich family. The centre is an exhibition and document space as well as a research centre.
The small museum hosts a collection of many different commodities, which were used in the daily life of the local fishermen and farmers. The exhibition hall was carefully arranged by the village’s residents. Special attractions are the famous traditional carpets of Freest.
The museum of local history, tells the story of how life was 100-150 years ago. The old fishing tools, kitchen tools and photos testify the history. In the smallest museum of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, you can experience the history of Rieht.
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