in Flensburg, Glücksburg, Langballig, Harrislee & the region


Immerse yourself in the history!

Everything comes in twos in the north: the countries, the coasts, the cultures. This is where encounters become exciting stories of two peoples. The diversity these two cultures offer is a tremendous source of inspiration for overcoming barriers with ease. Experience a piece of exciting history in our region.

Maritime museum & rum museum

Let Flensburg’s maritime history take you on a journey of discovery and visit the new rum museum.

Museumswerft shipyard

Experience traditional maritime craftsmanship at the Flensburg museum shipyard.


The wooden pier of the “Museumshafen” is the centrepiece of the historic port.


Exciting insights into the regions artistic and cultural history from the 13th to the 20th century.

Natural history museum

Interesting collections for old and young alike featuring regional fauna and its habitat.


The exhibit tells the story of Schleswig-Holstein’s fascinating natural history with a large selection of fossils from the region.

Braasch rum production museum

Learn all about the production and history of this “Caribbean gold”.

Glücksburg forest museum

This small forest museum offers insights into forest inhabitants and their habitat.

Unewatt countryside museum

An original museum concept in the small village of Unewatt in Angeln awaits.

Copper mill industrial museum

Hands-on adventure through region’s industrial history. A hydro-powered hammer mill is the core of the exhibit.

Fortifications at Dybbøl

The historic site of the decisive battle on 18 April 1864 during the Second Schleswig War.

Brickworks museum

A former production facility, the brickworks museum tells the history of the brickworks and its products between 1732 and 1968.

Nolde museum

Many of Emil Nolde’s works – known for their expressive colour choice – are on display in this museum.


In 1846, today's museum "Satruphuus" was built as a dairy. Experience a walk through "Old Times".

Frøslevlejrens Museum

A former German police detention centre from 1944.