The Schwerin-Muess Museum on the shore of Lake Schwerin is a reconstruction of a typical village of Mecklenburg the way it was until the end of the XIX century. There are both houses with gardens and pastures here, where they still graze sheep, and barns, a thrashing barn, premises for cattle, a rural school, a fisherman's cottage, a smithy and other workshops with all conditions - a total of 17 buildings. the XIV century and the organ of 1871.
e only medieval church in the city.
Because fishing was almost the main occupation of the local farmers for centuries, the fisherman's cottage was recreated with great attention to detail: there is a trolley for fish, boat, different types of nets, stuffed sea creatures and lots of pictures. This is not just an exhibition of houses, a live village: folklore evenings with folk songs and dances, and workshops - lessons on forging, pottery and other crafts are held here. In summer you can try newly-baked real peasant bread in the museum.