"From the fishing village to the spa" Since July 6, 2004 the official "Heimatmuseum Graal-Müritz", was founded on March 1, 1994 from a former Warmbad to the present-day local museum. With the most different exhibits such as old tablets or pictures, the beginnings and the recent past of the town are reported here.
Directly adjacent to the district of Müritz-Ost borders the coastal bog nature reserve. Rare plants are found here, such as Moss, Sundew, Cottongrass, Royal fern or the cranberry. But also under sheltered animals such as cranes, rare moth and dragonflies species, adders, Sea Eagles or Moor Frogs find their home here.
The 4.5 ha large Rhododendron park, created by Friedrich-Karl Evert, was built at the end of the 1950s on a former sand and is today unique in Mecklenburg. Every year, the city invites you to the traditional Rhododendron park feast in the park.