The museum in Lilienthals home towm Anklam in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania shows his numerous flying machines which are reminiscent of oversized bats. There it is described how the old dream of mankind of flying became the lightful and shady history of airplanes.Learn more
Museum in the stone gate
The museum in the stone gate is the oldest museum in Western Pomerania between Greifswald and Stettin. It is located in the 32 m highest brick Gothic city gate im Pomerania. Here you will find history and stories about the Hanseatic and Lilienthal town of Anklam and the Peene Valley region.Learn more
Church of St. Marien
The church of St. Marien is an old hall church in nothern German brick Gothic, where you can admire mural paintings or listen to the weekly organ concert.Learn more
Telephone: +49 3971 835 154
As a regional hub in the rural district of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Anklam can be reached via the federal highways 109, 110 and 197. If you want to travel in a more relaxed and carefree manner, the very good train and bus connections of public transport are recommended. The city‘s own inland port is accessible to passenger ships and boats by water. The Hanseatic city of Anklam also has an airfield on which charter planes can land and take off. For day trips into the surrounding area use the well-developed bus network of the rural district of Western Pomerania.