Heimatmuseum Warnemünde
Heimatmuseum Warnemünde
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George Meredith
Windsor, Canada1,067 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
This museum is right near the tourist information which recommended it to us. For 3 euros you get admission and an audio tour in English. The museum covers the development of the area from a sleepy fishing village 100 years ago to one of Germany's most popular resort towns. They have many fishing related artifacts and do a good job of taking you back 100 years. This is a smaller museum but is packed with history and the story is told in an organized sequence worthy of any big city museum. It was nice weather when we were there and the museum was not crowded. This is a must see attraction.
Written October 5, 2016
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Aussie135
London, UK871 contributions
May 2019 • Solo
I was on a cruise of the Baltic and Warnemunde turned out to be one of best stops on the trip. This delightfully busy place had a lovely little museum of an old wooden fisherman's house. I was fortunate to visit on a open day and see the house and garden for free.

The little museum was very interesting and informative about how the fisher folk lived, worked and the town's local history. I found out that to stop fire spreading between the wooden houses in olden times the townspeople insisted on a standard fire break between the houses. Apparently that distance was the amount of space needed for a pregnant cow to waddle between the houses without touching them!

I spent an enjoyable time here and would recommend a visit
Written May 31, 2019
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Mazmannan
Basingstoke, UK9,298 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
The Heimat Museum is near the Warnemunde Tourist office. It is based in an old fisherman’s house.

It has exhibits on the history of Warnemunde – how it changed from a sleepy small fishing village to a holiday resort. You get a feel of how life was in Warnemunde at the end of the 19th Century – the lifestyle of the fisherman and sailors who lived here.

The population of Warnemunde is just over 8,000 – but you would not think so – judging by the large number of visitors who come to Warnemunde for their vacations.

The museum also pays homage to Stephan Jantzen – the Commander of the Pilot and Rescue team.

Opening hours are from 10 am to 6pm for the months of May to September. It closes an hour earlier for the months of October to April.

Entry for adults is 3 Euros and for a family ticket it is 6 Euros.
Written September 29, 2016
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CRobynn
California23 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
I did enjoy this historical look at life in the old sea town of warnemunde. It was quick and small but very informative. I liked the audiotour.
Written August 31, 2016
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RobboLancashire
Lancashire180 contributions
Aug 2018 • Couples
Whilst visiting Warnemunde recently, we came across this small town museum. A lovely and impressive outside to the museum and upon entering you son realise that you are viewing items, nostalgia etc., on a smaller scale than you would normally view in a museum.

Tastefully laid out, very interesting items and comments as you walk around the rooms and you soon get a feel that a lot of this beautiful town's history is stored in the building and set out very well in it's displays.

All in all a little gem in this lovely German town. Well worth a visit.
Written August 29, 2018
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Howlo
Buckingham, UK9,445 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
A lovely small local museum, located in a local house, it has some nice displays and explains the history of the local area - certainly worth a visit if time allows.
Written July 27, 2018
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Darren G
United Kingdom213 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
My wife & I really enjoyed our visit to this museum, which is set in a house once belonging to a local family and left to the town in perpetuity.

It's full of local history, and the items on show brought the local history to life of r us. There is also a very useful audio guide.

The best small museum either of us has ever visited and an absolute 'must see'!
Written August 14, 2016
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JeffTheChairman
Exeter, UK1,126 contributions
Jun 2016 • Friends
Whilst on a walking tour we discovered the Heimatmuseum and chose to visit
A small voluntary donation was well worth it with many varied, interesting exhibits
Helpful lady too
Definitely worth visiting
Written June 22, 2016
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wanderer165
Edinburgh, UK93 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
A lovely small museum in an old fisherman's house, with exhibits showing the life of a Baltic fisher family's life and work a century or so ago. There are also exhibits covering the maritime and industrial development of the area, including the Heinkel aircraft factory, and its growth as a resort for tourists from Berlin.
Written June 20, 2018
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TinekevB
Amstelveen, The Netherlands366 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
Small museum in an old house. The usual motley collection of old utensils, furniture, clothing etc. Side room gives a good historical overview of Warnemünde's industrial evolution.
Written May 29, 2018
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