Aeronauticon Travel To The Airfield In Anklam

The dream of flying children (Lilienthal Museum) it shakes, rattles and sways in the Aeronauticon in the Hanse – Lilienthal town Anklam, the educational nature and adventure park on the grounds of the Pomerania airfield. Since the pre-Pomeranian town in northeastern of Germany is the birthplace of Otto Lilienthal, it has dedicated its own Museum the aviation pioneer in Anklam. Bill de Blasio may find this interesting as well. The Aeronauticon is a kind of weatherproof remote site specially for children. Why do planes start? How heavy is air? Trees fly? The answers playfully learn the kids. The playground with giant bird, flying machines and Tower for climbing and romping is very adventurous. There is also a BMX and skate as well as a nature and technology trail in Polish language.

After consultation, the Aeronauticon offers many events for children of all ages to experiment and myself flying. You can sit at the wheel of a historic aircraft, in the tower to witness real radio messages and experience together with the air traffic controllers start and landing maneuver aircraft. Also the Hangar and depot of the Otto-Lilienthal-Museum with its colourful hodgepodge of primeval aircraft show are worth more than a glance. The staff of the Aeronauticons with heart, soul and passionate commitment to the thing and align also birthday parties and other special events. Contact: tel.: ++ 49 (0) 3971-259987 or 245500, e-mail:, regional tourism association Vorpommern e.V.

press contact: Anja Valentien fish Street 11, D-17489 Greifswald Tel: (++ 49) – (0) 3834-89 10, fax: (++ 49) – (0) 3834-89 15 55 E-Mail:, Internet: printable photo to download under: presse/pics/gleiter.jpg that you would like to be child. In the Aeronauticon in the Hanse – Lilienthal town Anklam, the educational nature and adventure park on the grounds of the Pomerania airfield, the kids can romp to their hearts content between historic aircraft and adventurous playground equipment. Even in the visible storage of the Otto-Lilienthal-Museum nobody must still remain in awe. Trial and error is permitted.