Just north of the Schelfstadt is the early-18th-century baroque Schelfkirche.
The restored 1737 Schleswig-Holstein-Haus contains a gallery that features changing contemporary art exhibitions.
North of the Markt along Puschkinstrasse is Schelfstadt, a planned baroque village that was autonomous until Schwerin’s mid-19th-century...
In addition to wood-lined dining rooms dimly lit by stained glass, a large beer garden and a tapas/cocktail bar, this historic (1895),...
Ziegenmarkt 11 · interesting places nearby
Zum Freischütz information
Overlooking Schwerin's old goat market (note the life-size bronze goat), this storied, characterful pub has an old interior that features wooden chairs dating back decades. When one collapses, there's free beer. Sandwiches, soups and various cheap specials are served long into the night.