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Following the lives of storks live

The village with the biggest stork population in Germany is located directly on the Elbe Cycle Path between Havelberg and Wittenberge. Every year almost 30 pairs of storks clatter in their nests. The people of Rühstadt have a special relationship with “Master Adebar”, because almost every family has “their” stork pair as guests on the house or barn roof in spring and summer. Every year the eyries are prepared for the globetrotter before the white storks arrive in Rühstädt from their long journey. After successfully rearing their young, all storks set out on the long journey to Africa in August. What remains then are interesting scenes of the stork family on the tower roof of the NABU visitor center, which were recorded by the stork camera. Selected film sequences tell of stork life in the nest, of funny and tragic moments. NABU Brandenburg runs the exhibition “Weltenbummler Adebar” in the visitor center in Rühstädt. There you can try out, look and discover the many aspects of storks for yourself.

Foto: Tourismusverband Prignitz/Prokopy

Do you dare fly across the Elbe on the back of a goose?

The exhibition of the visitor center is located in the medieval castle tower and in the historical half-timbered barn of the Slavic royal castle Lenzen. Audio stations, computer animations, films, valuable original objects and large-format picture and text boards with peeping holes will take you into the exciting natural and cultural history of the region. In the outer area of ​​the castle, the natural poetry garden awaits you to stroll and relax, as well as the AuenReich. Germany’s first interactive floodplain area stretches out on a circular path of around 400 meters. Six adventure stations invite you to relax, be amazed and participate. The floodplain habitat attracts you to a water game table in the 'WasserReich'. There you can create a river landscape and test what it would look like in the event of flooding. You use sand and clay to create the course of the river and the dyke, and then a pump is used to say “Water march!” And it shows whether a flood threatens the dykes or whether the river has enough space to expand. Another highlight is the tree suspension bridge in the 'WaldReich'. Here you can use permanently installed floodplain telescopes to explore shy species that live in an alluvial forest. And for everyone who wants to take it easy, there are two outdoor loungers in the 'GenussReich'. The rule here is: close your eyes and open your ears in order to be aware of the various noises of the floodplain.

Foto: Dieter Damschen

Alles am und im Fluss: Naturerlebnisse im »Haus der Flüsse« in Havelberg

Auf einer über 300 Quadratmeter großen multimedialen Ausstellung wird über das Flusssystem Elbe-Havel mit seinen Auenlandschaften und dort vorkommenden Pflanzen- und Tierarten sowie der Entwicklung der flussnahen Kulturlandschaften abwechslungsreich informiert. Auf unterhaltsame Art und Weise wird Interessantes zur biologischen Vielfalt, Überraschendes zum Weltnetz der UNESCO-Biosphärenreservate und Wissenswertes zum europäischen Schutzgebietssystem NATURA 2000 vermittelt. Im Freigelände befinden sich passend zu der Innenausstellung Umweltbildungsstationen rund um das Thema »Der Fluss und seine Aue«. Nach dem Besuch im Infozentrum gibt es im Außengelände weiterhin Spannendes und Wissenswertes über die Flüsse Elbe und Havel und deren Auengebiete zu entdecken. Dabei können Umweltbildungsstationen zu Themen wie Hochwasserpegel, Fische der Havel, Blüten- und Vogel-Kalender, Baumbestimmung, Auenklänge und Weidetiere erkundet werden. Auch ein Wasserspielplatz für Jung und Alt lädt zum Spielen und Verweilen im Außenbereich ein. Über die Steganlage ist eine Aussichtsplattform erreichbar, von der die Besucher die Havelidylle genießen können. Auf Infotafeln informiert der NABU hier über die Wiederanbindung eines Havel-Altarms direkt vor dem Haus der Flüsse. Diese Renaturierungsmaßnahme präsentiert beispielhaft das länderübergreifende Naturschutzgroßprojekt an der Unteren Havel und ist in das Ausstellungskonzept des Informationszentrums miteingebunden.

Haus der Flüsse mit WasserspielplatzFoto: Max Guhlmann

Märchenwald Kyritz

The fairy tale forest in Kyritz nearby the Kyritzer Untersee (lake) is a popular destination, especially for kindergarten groups and families. Every year from May to September it is open to the public and free of charge. In the fairy tale forest, the children can discover the classic fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm, but also the Disney world and forest inhabitants such as ants and birds. But there are also beings of bygone times, such as dinosaurs. New figures are added every year.

Hänsel und Gretel im Märchenwald in KyritzFoto: Stadt Kyritz

With Jakob and Freya on the trail of a lost city

The invisible city of Freyenstein with its medieval streets and houses is hidden tightly under the surface of the earth. Although life was often difficult back then, the people were simply poor and the winters were rough, you can hear the laughter of children playing and the daily work of the ambitious residents if you listen closely enough. The numerous traces of the city should continue to be hidden underground as ground monuments, because there they are protected and safe. They still hold a lot of information about the inhabitants of the old Freyenstein and their lives. Let the two town children Jakob and Freya take you back to the Middle Ages with an audio guide and get to know one or two citizens during your walk.

Foto: Tourismusverband Prignitz/Markus Tiemann

Let's go!

It puffs and steams on its nine-kilometer route between Lindenberg and Mesendorf – the “Pollo”. The only narrow-gauge small railway in Brandenburg owes its affectionate name to Prignitz people. On the driving days the motto is “Everyone on board, please!” Let the wind blow around your nose and enjoy the vastness of Prignitz' landscape while looking out of the window. There is a permanent exhibition about the “Pollo” in the museum in Lindenberg. Here you will find extensive information about the operation, the vehicles and the people who worked for the railway. Models, photos and original documents give an insight into the interesting history of the railway.

Foto: Tourismusverband Prignitz/Markus Tiemann

With the water drop Enni on an audio tour along the Elbe

Accompany Jenni and Benni on their journey to and on the Elbe. Let yourself be surprised by their imaginative story and their encounters with ENNI, the living drop of water. Jenni is convinced: Even drops of water can look around everywhere and want to discover their surroundings just like us. What will ENNI see under water or from above, up high in the air? Jenni and Benni are amazed that there is almost untouched nature around the Elbe. Experience the river with its secrets, stories, beauties and treasures over a length of around 180 kilometers between Hamburg Bergedorf and Wittenberge. The two love traveling by boat and bike. They also want to find the water drop ENNI. You too can visit magical palaces, castles and fortresses, picturesque half-timbered houses and many museums. Stations in Prignitz are the Elbe town of Wittenberge and Lenzen Castle.

Foto: Tourismusverband Prignitz/Prokopy
Kopfmotiv: Dieter Damschen
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F1020000497NABU-Besucherzentrum Rühstädt
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F1020000529Haus der Flüsse
F1020000361Archäologischer Park Freyenstein

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