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from November: Tue-Sun 2 pm - 5 pm
The museum, which opened in 1955, has been housed in the "Alte Apotheke" since 1982, in a building dating from 1639 with a classicist façade. The museum deals with the history and culture of the district of Plön. Collection areas include prehistory and early history, town archaeology, guild antiquities (pewter and silver tableware from the craft offices and the Plön Rifle Guild), glass used or produced in Schleswig-Holstein, the Officin of the Plön Court Pharmacy, documentation of the Royal Prussian Cadet Institute and the painting collection with pictures by Adam Hölbing, Christian Saß, Erich Richter, Karl Decker, Domenicus Gottfried Waerdigh and Friedrich Carl Gröger.
In addition, several special exhibitions are shown in the museum throughout the year.
Adults 4,- €,
reduced 2,- € (pupils, students, trainees, Hartz IV recipients, severely disabled persons, persons doing voluntary service, groups of 10 or more persons).
free admission: children up to 14 years, museum association members, school classes of the district of Plön, holders of the MuseumsCard, Museumsverband SH & HH e.V.
Groups with guided tour 30,- € plus entrance fee
Guided tours as well as various workshop offers and active mornings for school classes and children's groups on the topics "Back to the Stone Age", "On the Traces of the Slavs" and "Glass Culture" as well as changing offers on the special exhibitions can be booked under +49 04522/744391.
exhibition catalogue "Slavs in Plön. War, cult and chronicles", 2006
Arriving by car
You will find information on how to get there at http://www.kreismuseum-ploen.de/besucherinfo/anfahrt/