Internationales Fledermausmuseum, bat museum

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The international bat museum ‘Julianenhof’ is located on a rural estate with an ice cellar, a stable and a settlers’ barn. It is operated by the regional branch of NABU (German environmental organisation), Strausberg - Märkische Schweiz e.V.
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  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof
  • Ausstellung Fledermausmuseum
  • Gebäude Fledermausmuseum
  • Museumsgarten Fledermausmuseum
  • Eiskeller
  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof, Foto: Florian Läufer
Visitors can see the historic ice cellar. The history of ice harvesting is explained in an exhibition. Nowadays, bats hibernate in the former ice cellar. It is among the biggest of its kind in Brandenburg, with a ceiling height of over five metres and almost 40 square metres of floor space. Around 120 cubic metres of ice used to be stored here. Thanks to its 1.85 metres thick outside walls with air chambers, the ice remained frozen for up to two years.
  • Exhibitions about bat species and bat conservation focussing on the native bat species of Brandenburg
  • Collection of bat boxes and roosting aids
  • Interesting items and collectibles ‘all about bats’
  • The museum garden as an ‘outdoor classroom’ shows the diversity of bats on five continents
  • Observation station for the nursery roost of the Brandt’s bat
  • Exhibition with information about the Märkische Schweiz nature park
  • Tours of the ice cellar with an exhibition about the history of an old cooling method
  • Tours, hands-on activities, crafts and games with children
  • Creativity workshop and exhibition about 300 years of history of Julianenhof in the settlers’ barn ‘Einst Gutshof - heute Fledermausmuseum’ (‘Formerly a rural estate, now a bat museum’)

Contact during the winter season (closed from November to April):

NABU Regionalverband Strausberg-Märkische-Schweiz e.V.
Lindenstrasse 26, 15377 Buckow, Telephone +49 33433 397, Email: ursula.gruetzmacher@gmx.de

Additional opening hours on request.

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The international bat museum ‘Julianenhof’ is located on a rural estate with an ice cellar, a stable and a settlers’ barn. It is operated by the regional branch of NABU (German environmental organisation), Strausberg - Märkische Schweiz e.V.
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  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Fledermausmuseum Julianenhof
  • Ausstellung Fledermausmuseum
  • Gebäude Fledermausmuseum
  • Museumsgarten Fledermausmuseum
  • Eiskeller
Visitors can see the historic ice cellar. The history of ice harvesting is explained in an exhibition. Nowadays, bats hibernate in the former ice cellar. It is among the biggest of its kind in Brandenburg, with a ceiling height of over five metres and almost 40 square metres of floor space. Around 120 cubic metres of ice used to be stored here. Thanks to its 1.85 metres thick outside walls with air chambers, the ice remained frozen for up to two years.
  • Exhibitions about bat species and bat conservation focussing on the native bat species of Brandenburg
  • Collection of bat boxes and roosting aids
  • Interesting items and collectibles ‘all about bats’
  • The museum garden as an ‘outdoor classroom’ shows the diversity of bats on five continents
  • Observation station for the nursery roost of the Brandt’s bat
  • Exhibition with information about the Märkische Schweiz nature park
  • Tours of the ice cellar with an exhibition about the history of an old cooling method
  • Tours, hands-on activities, crafts and games with children
  • Creativity workshop and exhibition about 300 years of history of Julianenhof in the settlers’ barn ‘Einst Gutshof - heute Fledermausmuseum’ (‘Formerly a rural estate, now a bat museum’)

Contact during the winter season (closed from November to April):

NABU Regionalverband Strausberg-Märkische-Schweiz e.V.
Lindenstrasse 26, 15377 Buckow, Telephone +49 33433 397, Email: ursula.gruetzmacher@gmx.de

Additional opening hours on request.

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Julianenhof 16 b

15377 Märkische Höhe

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