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German Oceanographic Museum (Deutsches Meeresmuseum)

#3 of 27 things to do in Stralsund Features Animals
Katharinenberg 14/20, 18439 Stralsund, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany
+49 3831 2650210
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What a perfect museum for families and ocean lovers!

This is the original ocean museum in Stralsund before the Ozeanum was built. We checked with locals... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2016
AquaPacifica
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Gold Coast, Australia
Surprisingly large and interesting

Visited the museum with two kids (6 and 8 years old). Had thought it was relatively small now that... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2015
Ahjessen
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Glostrup
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7 Jan 2016
“What a perfect museum for families and ocean lovers!”
21 Jul 2015
“Surprisingly large and interesting ”
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Katharinenberg 14/20, 18439 Stralsund, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany
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+49 3831 2650210
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Reviewed 7 January 2016

This is the original ocean museum in Stralsund before the Ozeanum was built. We checked with locals prior to going as we didn't understand the distinction. Apparently this has the tropical fish, corals, turtles and international and national exhibits where the Ozeanum focuses on the...More

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Reviewed 22 July 2015 via mobile

Visited the museum with two kids (6 and 8 years old). Had thought it was relatively small now that they had build the new Oceaneum too, but it just went on and on. We used a lot of time in there. Lots of displays and...More

1  Thank Ahjessen
Reviewed 12 August 2013

Nice museum in abandoned church. Aquariums are in the end, so if you have baby, do not waste time and their energy.

Thank Polacek
Reviewed 26 October 2012

My wife and visited this new attraction on the Baltic coast on a cold day, and followed the orange line through this spectacular new building, past all the displays. These featured everything that lives in, on or flies over the North and Baltic Seas. It...More

Thank Ted B
Reviewed 2 July 2012

Very nice presentation, everything what you need to know about ocean and see. Town is small and very nice

Thank Jovana M
Reviewed 30 May 2012

The models of East German trawlers and the huge fishing nets make you realize how big fishing is ruining the oceans.

Thank SanDiegobased
Reviewed 1 January 2012

showing all you need to know about sea life and fishing. Nicely presented. Avoid cafeteria. Even though supposedly operated by one of the better hotels in Stralsund they have not managed to shake off the old DDR-feel in more than 20 years!

1  Thank DrRiG
Reviewed 13 September 2011

This is the old, original "sea museum" in Stralsund, the Ozeaneum is the new addition. While the Ozeaneum focuses on the ocean and everything connected, this one focuses on fishing & the sea. Here you'll find fish tanks with tropical fish and a large tank...More

1  Thank AlexandraCCL
Reviewed 17 February 2008

Oceanographic museum in Stralsund is a must, when you are n a family vacation around the location. It would certainly be a remarkable experience. http://www.meeresmuseum.de/english/content/index.htm

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Christian K
Wie lange sollten wir einplanen?
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Moin! Minimum 2 Stunden, eher länger. Wenn man wirklich alle Beschreibungen der Exponate lesen möchte, würde ich eher 3-4 Stunden einplanen.
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