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Between the area of the Mecklenburger Seenplatte (lake district) and the romantic scenery of the Nossentin-Schwinzer heathland lies the village of Alt Schwerin.

The well-preserved knightly properties provide an ideal location for the AGRONEUM. Mansion and park, farm buildings, avenues and houses of farm workers are in good condition.

A relic of this development is the central exhibition which displays 5.000 years of agricultural history of Mecklenburg. It was organised with great effort in 1988 and kept as testimony to GDR history. This "self-expression" provides a "museum within the museum" to the visitor.

The AGRONEUM Alt Schwerin is a special open-air museum: it was not built on greenfield, but it developed amidst authentic historical substance. The visitor will find an extensive collection of technology, everyday objects, a wilhelminian village school and farmer habitations from the years 1910, 1942 and the 1960s.

You can walk around and discover the whole village – beginning with the church, based in the 13th century, the manor, the accommodation of the manciple, large storehouses and barns from the 19th century up to the house of one member of LPG (agricultural production cooperative of GDR) from the 1970s. The conceptual integration of these "trend objects" has found great acceptance amongst the visitors. The large area with a smithy, a wheelwright, Dutch windmill, reciprocating saws, rope yard and a light railway round off the museum collection.

The AGRONEUM provides a range of thematic activities and events, such as Easter sundries for young and old, court festivals, International steam engine meetings, classic car and tractor meetings, harvest festivals, pumpkin festivals, slaughter festival and flea markets.


Opening hours & prices

1st of April to 31st of October, Daily: 10.00am – 6.00pm

November to March: closed/on request

  Category

  Price

  Adults 

  € 7.00

  Children (4-16 years)

  € 3.00

  Concessions*

  € 5.00

  Family ticket (2 adults and children under 18)

  € 17.00

  Group ticket (more than 12 persons)

  € 5.00 pp

  Group ticket for children (more than 12 persons)

  € 2.75 pp

  Family ticket for one year (2 adults and children under 18)

  € 60.00

  Annual season ticket

  € 25.00

  Annual season ticket, concessions*

  € 18.00

  Dogs

  € 1.50 pd

Admission prices valid from 01.01.2014

* Concessions are: pupils, students, trainees, persons in military service or community service, persons receiving social security, disabled persons (from 80% onwards)


Guided tours

• in German only

Guided Tour living area/village € 30.00

Guided Tour open-air area € 30.00

Guided Tour living area/village/open-air area € 50.00

The fee for the guided tour is payable in addition to the admission price.

Special prices apply to our special festivals.


Where to find us?

Address: AGRONEUM Alt Schwerin, Achter de Isenbahn 1, 17214 Alt Schwerin, Germany


Location

Alt Schwerin is a small village in the western part of the Mecklenburger Seenplatte (Lake District). Nestled in the Nossentiner-Schwinzer heathland, the village is beautifully situated on Lake Tauchow - between Lake Drewitz and Lake Plau.


Directions

By car: Take the highway A19, exit Malchow, then follow the road B192 towards Karow. The AGRONEUM Alt Schwerin is directly located along A19. It's just a stone's throw.

Situated between the lakes, many hiking and cycling trails lead to Alt Schwerin. A stopover is always worth it.

For more information about cycling and walking routes consult the following website:

www.off-to-mv.com


Round trips

If you plan to explore the region of Lake Müritz by boat or bus, you can travel by the BLAU-WEISSE-FLOTTE (Blue-White-Fleet) and RUNDBUS PLAUER SEE (bus of the district Lake Plau). The boat starts in Waren/Müritz, passes by 5 lakes and several canals on its way to Malchow. Here you find a transfer bus that takes you directly to Alt Schwerin and back again.
For further information consult the following website: www.schiffahrt-mueritz.de and www.rundbus.de

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