Angermünde is not a place you hurry in and out.
Let’s make that very clear before you decide it’s some vague place you can slip in, see a Church tower, grab a sausage and get out before nightfall. This is one place you can bring your whole family and settle down to a placid itinerary that has most things for everyone.
Angermünde’s historical attractions may be the most visible out there, with all those awesome old buildings. The Old Town center is really a good place to go to if you want to get all of it. Check out the Franciscan Church, St. Mary’s Church, and the Holy Spirit Chapel.
Being a group of about 23 villages, Angermünde’s goodies stretch out beyond the town center and to other parts that lie further off. The sculpture gallery at Mündesee, the Stolpe Castle, and the Lennépark Görlsdorf are well worth visiting. Then there’s Ehm Welk and the museum.
Angermünde has heaps of modern attractions which is what actually sets it apart from other historic towns in the land.
The Beach Wolletzsee is a marvelous place to spend a day. A Blue Flag winner — it really is a winner — all the way with a pontoon and a diving platform, children’s slide, and more. You can also try out beach volleyball or tennis, or rent a boat and take to the water.
Angermünde Zoo is another local delight that your kids will love. It’s quite an attraction being the only one of its kind in the area. About 45 species including foreigners such as camels and kangaroos make the place a must-visit if you’re in town.