Visitor info


Am Anger 27
16259 Bad Freienwalde
OT Altranft

Opening hours

March 2 - December 10
Thursday - Sunday
and on holidays
11-17 h

Admission prices

Adults: 8 €

Trainees: 5 €
Students, severely disabled,

Children and teenagers up to 18 and residents of Altranft have free admission!

Tickets are season tickets with us!

Separate admission prices apply for events.


Our cafeteria awaits you during the museum's opening hours with coffee, cake, cold drinks and a hearty snack. You order at the counter and we will be happy to bring your food to your table. You can sit in the castle, on the terrace or in the Parkrondell.


For guided tours we charge the entrance fee per person plus 25 € per group (max. 20 persons). Please contact us so that we can plan your guided tour!

Information for people with walking disabilities

Unfortunately, not all of our buildings have wheelchair access. However, we are working on an improvement and will do our best to help you with access. You are welcome to call us before your visit on 0 33 44 - 33 39 11 so that we can make the necessary arrangements. 


The Oderbruch Museum is a place for communication. Come and talk to each other, ask our visitor guides or share your knowledge with us! We are happy to adapt our guided tours to your specific interests. We are also curious about your suggestions and are available for special discussion requests, if it can be arranged. We regularly host salon talks on topics related to rural life and regional development, to which you are cordially invited.

Contact person:
Dorothee Rüdrich
0 33 44 – 33 39 11


We welcome you to our museum reception in the castle. Here you will receive your entrance ticket and all necessary information for the exhibition and the village tour. In the cafeteria you can enjoy a coffee or a piece of cake before or after your visit to the exhibition. We also sell museum publications and offer a wide selection of postcards. Our visitor assistants will be happy to help you explore the museum!

Child friendly museum

Kinderhände mit Tuschflecken

Children can discover a lot in our museum. Our museum workshop is always open for painting and handicrafts, and on program days there are also special offers.
>> Open workshop


Altranft can be reached by train every hour. On weekends, trains run every two hours.
Information DB


  1. Castle: info, cash desk, bistro,exhibitions and events
  2. Fishermen's house
  3. Forge farmstead: management, program office, farm yard
  4. Berg-Schmidt farm: fieldstone and brick barn, farmhouse
  5. Patronage church
  6. Spritzenhaus
  7. Middle hall house: Built in 1698, the oldest residential house in the region.
  8. Geological trail
Plan von Altranft

Talk Walk through Altranft

A special village walk
Our TALK WALK is a production of the Leipzig walk researcher Bertram Weisshaar. It leads to 20 stations where - via smartphone or MP3 player - you can listen to what these places are all about. Here, people from Altranft give an insight into the history and present of the village.

The starting point is at the castle (outside opening hours at the entrance gate to the castle park).
Length of the route: about 4.7 km.
Duration: about 3 hours (shorter routes are also possible).

You can also download the TALK WALK Altranft as a ZIP file (approx. 56 MB) before your visit:
>> Download ZIP file
Once you unzip the file, you will get all the audio files and the map for the walk.

With a smartphone, the audio walk can also be accessed on site via a QR code. You have free wifi in the museum.
During the opening hours it is also possible to borrow an MP3 player and a card.