Dive into underwater worlds

Discover Ozeaneum


Along with the Maritime Museum, Ozeaneum Stralsund is one of the most popular destinations in Germany. The combination of aquarium and museum is well-liked. Dive into the underwater worlds at the Baltic Sea and into the world's seven oceans. There is tons to see at the Maritime Museum, including plenty of tropical water fish. The outer shell is cleverly done: The former Dominican St. Katharinen monastery provides a remarkable setting for the acquariums. In the Ozeaneum, cold-water fish from the northern seas can be viewed here. But not to worry: thanks to the giant glass panels, only the fish will get wet!

These are the main appeals of Stralsund Youth Hostel:

  • Perfect starting point for discoveries in the Ozeaneum
  • Great flair of the Hanseatic town of Stralsund
  • Brick Gothic architecture, a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the historic town centre
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Opening hours

The Hostel is open all year (except for Christmas).

Reception hours between 01 May and 30 September
- daily: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Reception hours from 01 October an 30 April
- Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Saturday/Sunday: 8 - 11 a.m. and 3 - 6 p.m.

Checkin: 3 - 6 p.m.

Prices 2018

B&B from Half board from Full board from
€ 24.00 € 28.00 € 32.00

Prices 2019

B&B from Half board from Full board from
€ 24.50 € 28.50 € 32.50

Swimming, paddling, windsurfing, sailing - water fun begins at your doorstep here. Stralsund Youth Hostel is located in the city's Devin district, and boasts its own bathing beach on the Sund. Roundabout the hostel, there's lots to discover for inquisitive minds. The Ozeanum and German maritime museum beckon you to discover the offshore habitat under the surface of the water.

Cog builders, patricians and the Swedes all left their mark on the hanseatic city. A stroll through the historic city centre with its impressive old market square ("Alter Markt") and the north German gothic brick buildings are things you shouldn't miss! After all, there is a reason why UNESCO declared the historic maritime city on the Sund a world heritage site.

209 beds, rooms with two to six beds, accommodation for 13 wheelchair users, dining room, cafeteria with outside terrace, 2 club rooms, cafeteria with "Fischerstube" and outdoor terrace, seasonally opened recreation room, Internet access, football, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, playing field, BBQ corner and bonfire area, bathing in Sund, games rental

Room Floor space
Max. number of participants
  • cinema
    cinema
  • parliament
    parliament
  • block
    block
  • U-shaped block
    U-shaped block
  • circle
    circle
Floor Rent per day
Raum 100 (Haus 1) 48 sqm 18 - - - - GF upon request
Raum 700 (Haus 7) 44 sqm 15 - - - - GF upon request
Raum Altstadt (Haus 8A) 43 sqm - - - - - GF upon request
Raum Strelasund (Haus 8B) 43 sqm - - - - - GF upon request
Conference equipment

CD player, digital camera, DVD player, flip chart, projector, screen, TV set

Everything's on the move

The lake wind blows around the corner. Sometimes it ruffles your hair, sometimes it rattles at the house. It plays with the leaves in the trees, creating light and shadow play. It knows no stagnation or monotony. Nor do we. Class meetings, theatre plays, musical rehearsals - everything is always in movement with us. There is always a fresh wind blowing with us.

Outings and excursions

  • Devin Peninsula Nature Reserve
  • Niederhof cormorant colony
  • Groß Mohrdorf Crane Information Centre
  • Gristow Nature Discovery Park
  • Stralsund Zoo