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March 15. - April 30.: Sat+Sun 2-5 pm;
May 01. - Oct. 31.: Tue-Sun 2-5 pm, Thu additionally 10 am - 12 pm;
Nov. 01. - Nov. 30.: Sun 2-5 pm;
Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Whit Monday 2-5 pm
groups (whith more than 10 persons) by appointment throughout the year.
The Probstei museum is housed in the restored buildings of the former Göttsch farm. It provides the visitors with informative, diversified impressions of domestic culture and living conditions on a farm in the 19th and early 20th century.
In addition, special exhibitions, markets and events are offered always.
thematic focus: Folklore open-air museum/ museum farm
Adults 2,- €,reduced 1,50 €, children (6 and more years) 1,- €;
Family reduction: children of 6 and more years 1st and 2nd child 0,50 € each, free admission for further children;
groups (whith more than 10 persons): adults 2,- €, children and adolescent 1,- €; educational programs for groups 20,- €;
guided tours: free (we ask for a voluntary contribution)
The Probstei museum offers activities for school classes e.g.:
Tour of the museum
How did people once live and work on a farm? (for all ages)
Making butter in former times
Equipment for making butter, procedure
activity: making butter by shaking a jar (classes 2 - 6)
Ropes and knots
rural rope making
activity: making a rope, knots, games (classes 1 - 8)
Harvest in former times
harvest implements in the museum and in use (film)
activity: threshing with a flail (classes 2 - 8)
Making apple juice
rural apple orchards and the use of windfall apples
activity: using a fruit press (classes 1 - 8)
Making a Probstei silver button
Probstei traditional costume and silver jewellery
activity: making a silver button (classes 3 - 8)
Additionally, there are accompanying activities on current special exhibitions.
All offers can be adjusted age-appropriate. Two different offers can be combined with each other.
By prior telephonic arrangement school classes can visit the museum in the morning outside regular opening hours. Pupils pay 1.- € per person. Additionally, there is a 20.- € charge for the educational offer. Please note that there might be further costs for material.
Lectures, readings, music and theatre events in irregular succession during the main season.
On sale in the museum: publications (see above), post cards, traditional recipes, stickers, poster;
children's play area
Meals and beverages prepared by the Probstei countrywomen on the activity days
Outdoor picnic facilities
Catering in the close vicinity: Café Ruser (+49 (0)4344-2014), Bahnhofshotel (+49 (0)4344-1305)
Probstei Local History Museum Association (eds.), 10 years Göttsch museum farm in Schönberg, 1889 - 1999, cultural-historical articles of different authors from the fields of European ethnology, heritage preservation and local history, Schönberg 1999, 156 pages. 6 €
Punger Vibe, Schönberg in Holstein, community chronicle 1870 - 1970, Breklum 1999, 406 pages, hardcover, with many pictures. 21,50 €
Schönberg community (eds.), Schönberg Pier, stages of its history from 1900 to the present, Wilfried Zurstraßen, Schönberg 2001, 73 pages. 4,50 €
Additionally, many other publications are available at the museum.
Responsible body of the museum: Schönberg community; director of the museum: Renate SommerfeldSupportive association: Probsteier Heimatmuseum e.V., chairman: Hans-Hermann MalchauBank details: Sparkasse Kreis Plön, Konto-Nr. 80 007 651, BLZ 210 501 70
From the eastern part of Kiel: via Probsteierhagen resp. federal road B 502 to Schönberg
From Lübeck: via Eutin and Preetz (federal road B 76)
By bus: from Kiel ZOB (central bus station) to Schönberg
The Probstei museum is centrally located in Ostseestraße which leads to Schönberg beach. You find the museum diagonally opposite of police and fire brigade. There are parking facilities at the museum.