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17 March - 25 October: Tue-Sat 10.30 am - 5 pm , Sundays and holidays 2-5 pm
You can discover many interesting and exciting items in the Neustadt museum for 100 years already: fossils, a very old logboat, ballad-monger picture sheets, originals from Neustadt and its surroundings and much, much more.
A special attraction is the unique collection of archaelogical finds from the well-known excavation site „Marienbad“ in Neustadt harbour. Some finds are singular within Northern Europe.
The museum is located in the „Kremper Tor“ (Krempe Gate) and its outbuildings. This gate belonged to the medieval fortification of the city. Except from Lübeck it is the only preserved city gate in Holstein.
The museum offers educational hands-on activities as well as, for instance, humorous guided tours on different topics. The events focus on touching and trying out genuine exhibits.
Free admission for under 14s
Adults 1,50 € (with Ostseecard 1,- €)
Reduced charge for pupils, students, people doing military or community service, disabled persons 1,- €
Reduced charge for groups with 10 or more people 1,- € per person
Guided tours for booked groups 10,- €
Free admission for school classes, free guided tours for school classes from Ostholstein
We ask for appointments for guided group tours
Every Saturday the experimental archaeologist Manfred Pfeifer shows you how to work bone., If you find fossils or Stone Age tools on the beach you can have them identified in our Archaeological consultation hour on Fridays between 3 and 5 pm., Guided evening tour: Witches, terrestrial beings, revenants (ancient legends and spooky tales from Schleswig-Holstein on original sites), Guided tours:
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of the type: Regional history/Town history Archaeology
of the region: Ostholstein