Behind the more than 100-year-old swing bridge is the home port with over 20 traditional sailing ships that are still seaworthy.
It was friends of traditional seafaring who bought and restored old sailing ships and moored them on the Untertrave in front of the picturesque old town of Lübeck. During the popular Baltic Sea cruises, the historic ships come to life - you are welcome to join us! The people of Lübeck built their city in a protected area inland.
However, in 1329 Lübeck acquired the fishing village of Travemünde and thus secured its own access to the Baltic Sea.luebeck-tourismus.de/erkunden/sehenswuerdigkeit/museumshafen.html
April 3, 2019
The Lübeck museum harbor is located on the Untertrave between the landmarked Drehbrücke and the Musik- und Kongresshalle. During wintertime, when the vintage cars are lying, this inner museum harbor is the most frequented. In addition to many of the old East Sea cargo gliders, an old barge, a dredger and a tugboat are also part of the stock.
Source and more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museumshafen_Lübeck
December 18, 2016
The Lübeck Museum Harbor is located on the Wenditzufer (or An der Untertrave) directly on the northwestern edge of Lübeck's old town island, actually in the Holstenhafen between the listed swing bridge at the Engelsgrube and the Lübeck Music and Congress Hall. Here in the museum harbor you can find several old cargo sailing ships typical of the Baltic Sea, a dredger and a tugboat.
The harbor shore invites you to stroll, look and take photos ;-)
October 25, 2021
The non-profit association “Museumshafen Lübeck e. V." has existed since 1981. Most of the ships are docked in the museum harbor on the Wenditzufer on the Untertrave. The ships in the museum harbor are a popular destination for residents of Lübeck and visitors to the city.
August 19, 2022
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