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Tue-Fri 9 am – 5 pm
The Museum für Natur und Umwelt - Museum of Nature and Environment - offers fascinating insights into the natural history of Schleswig-Holstein and the rich flora and fauna of the Lübeck area. Unique to Europe are the fossil whales, dating from the Miocene over 10 million years ago and found at nearby Pampau. In a glazed extension to the museum vou can see the 14-metre long skeleton of a sperm whale, which stranded on the Danish island of Römö in December 1997. The new interactive exhibition "Im Reich des Wassermanns" - In Merman´s Realm - presents Lübeck's rivers, Trave and Wakenitz and the nearby Baltic sea in an enthralling way.
adults 6,- €, reduced 3,- €
children and adolescents (6-18 years) 2,- €
free admission for children unter 6 years
family ticket 7,- €
Educational offers and guided tours (please make an appointment under +49 (0)451-122 22 96), Holiday offers for children and adolescents, Lectures, public guided tours, excursions
Guide on the museum, Leaflet with announcement of events, Reports of the museum on nature areas in Lübeck and its surrounding, exhibition objects etc.
Arriving by car
By car: via Wallstraße, Mühlendamm; parking facilities in front of the house (liable to charges), approx. a 15-minutes walk from the train station
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of the type: Natural history
of the region: Stadt Lübeck