Gremminer See is situated by the small town of Gräfenhainichen, about 140km southwest of Berlin. Its coal mining past, which ended in 1991, has recently been rectified by contemporary renovations that promote nature exploration.

Today, the flooded grounds encapsulate an expansive 560 hectare lake + 20 hectare peninsula.  The site displays five huge industrial excavators that create a museum, monument and modern event arena.

Gremminer See is easily accessed by
chartered bus, train, or car.  
Cruise the FAQ section for more details. 

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cheap roundtrip bus tickets via Bassliner,
which picks up and drops off at
Berlin's Ostbahnhof.