Today's busy Warnemünde has emerged from a small fishing village around the year 1323. The wide beach and harbour contributed to the fact that the Rostock district developed into an elegant seaside resort in the last century.
In Warnemünde, visitors can romp around at any time of the year; Whether strolling on the old stream with its captain's houses, marveling at the view from the lighthouse built at the turn of the century, or impressed by the power of the sea on the Westmole. A visit to Warnemünde includes a harbour tour and the pleasure of a fresh fish bun...
For technology enthusiasts, a visit to the Maritime Simulation Centre Warnemünde (by appointment) offers a unique opportunity.
One of the landmarks of the Baltic Sea Bath is the Teepott at the eastern end of the seaside promenade. This listed building houses restaurants, souvenir shops and several exhibits of the last great circumnavigator of the 20th century.
The 31 metre high Lighthouse offers a unique view of the Baltic Sea. The 1897 built tower captivates with its spherical copper roof and consists of white clinkers with dark green, horizontal strips.
The Warnemünde Local Museum was built in 1767 and has served as a fisherman's house since then. In 1933 the "Patt German Association for the seaside resort of Warnemünde" made it its mission to preserve and deliver the tradition of the former fishing village.