The region has much to offer – not only in the summer season. As the largest city in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Rostock offers a variety of museums, theatres and other cultural institutions. As a lively student city, Rostock can even convince special tastes. Those who prefer a peaceful, natural setting will feel comfortable in the numerous manors and parks in the area of Rostock.
Events like the Hanse Sail or Warnemünder Woche are great visitor attractions and well-known beyond the borders of Mecklenburg and Germany.
At the "Kunsthalle Rostock" are changing art exhibitions of contemporary art and other attractive cultural events to be experienced.Internet: www.kunsthallerostock.de
The “Kloster zum Heiligen Kreuz” (Monastery of the Holy Cross) is the only surviving monastic complex of the city and houses the Museum of Cultural History.Internet: www.kulturhistorisches-museum-rostock.de
In the 225 year old fisherman's house is the history of fishing, seafaring and also the touristic development of Warnemünde clearly explained.Internet: www.heimatmuseum-warnemuende.de
It is Germany's largest floating museum, with exhibitions about shipbuilding and the maritime history of the Baltic Sea Region.Internet: www.schifffahrtsmuseum-rostock.de