Anklam lies very close to the island of Usedom on the Baltic Sea
and can be reached by rail (train route Berlin - Pasewalk - Stralsund), or by car
from Berlin (180 km).
Take the train route Berlin-Pasewalk-Stralsund. The distance between the Anklam railway station and the museum is only
about 300 meters.
By car from Berlin (180 km): Take Route A11/A20 to highway exit "Pasewalk Süd" to Route B109 and after driving 40 km take the exit "Anklam Zuckerfabrik".
From Hamburg (350 km): take Route A1/A20 to "Jarmen", then go 20 km on Route B110.
With a rental car, it takes about two hours from Berlin to the Otto-Lilienthal-Museum.
There is a landing place at the local airfield (Verkehrslandeplatz Anklam) and even a small harbour on the River Peene.
further information for pilots
some other aviation legends shows Hangar 10 not far away form Anklam.
Tourism and Travel guide for vacations to Germany
- Further information about the region (accommondation/sights)