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Palaces and Gardens in Berlin und Potsdam

In the Berlin-Brandenburg region there are a variety of stately Palaces and Gardens, which date back to the Prussian Empire. We would be delighted to organise guided tours, excursions or events that will allow you and your group to discover the immense artistic value of this wonderful cultural landscape. The following selection is here to help you decide!

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· Palaces and Gardens in Berlin
· Palaces and Gardens in Potsdam

Palaces and Gardens in Berlin
Charlottenburg Palace
The Central Tract (built by Nering and Eosander, 1695-1713), the New Wing (by Knobelsdorff, 1740-1742); state rooms of Fredrick I, including the Porcelain Cabinet; private apartments of Fredrick the Great, his successors as well as Queen Luise invite you for a visit.
Open all year round (closed on Mondays)

Charlottenburg Park
Charlottenburg Park traces its origin to a small summer residence built on site for Sophie Charlotte, wife of the Elector Fredrick III. The Prussian kings lived here until the late 19th century, expanding and altering the palace and its grounds several times. Reconstruction began in 1948 in the wake of the grave damage suffered during the war. Today, Charlottenburg is the largest remaining Hohenzollern residential palace in Berlin. Let yourself be inspired and enchanted by the art, kitsch and the true and slightly tongue-in-cheek stories of the Hohenzollern House.

Peacock Island Palace
The palace was built by achietect Brendel, 1794-1796 as instructed by Fredrick William II for his favuorite mistress, the beatuiful Wilhelmine. The complete interior decoration dates back to 1800.
Open from 1 April to 31 October (closed on Mondays) Ferry transfer all year.

Peacock Island
The park on Peacock Island originated as an extension to the New Garden, Fredrick William II had a small wooden palace built on the island. In keeping with the spirit of the time, it was designed as a small place where man could live in harmony with nature. Lenné landscaped the island in the 19th century. Even today the 70 living peacocks provide a particular pleasure both great and small.

Grunewald Hunting Lodge, Berlin, Zehlendorf
The building of the Grunewald Hunting Lodge was started in 1542 by Theyss for Elector Joachim II. Later came the alteration by archietect Nering. Admire the picture gallery including works by Rubens and Cranach. The Hunting Lodge fits well with company trips and the discovery of Berlin's fauna and flora.
Until 2007 Grunewald Hunting Lodge will be renovated. Otherwise the opening times remain as follows: from 15 May to 15 October (closed on Mondays) between 16 October and 14 May on Sundays with guided tour at 11, 13, 15 o’clock.

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Palaces and Gardens in Potsdam
Sanssouci Palace
Sanssouci Palace built by Knobelsdorff between 1745-1747 is considered to be a strong example of German Rococo architecture. Master paintings by Watteau, Pannini, Pesne and the many stories about the famous King Fredrick II invite you to linger and marvel at their uniqueness.
Open all year round (closed on Mondays);

Palace Kitchen and Ladies’ Wing
The kitchen and the Ladies' Wing built between 1840 and 1842 are further extensions to Sanssouci Palace commissioned by Fredrick William I. and his wife. Here you can get an insight into the lives of the servants in the 19 Century and view the courtly kitchen.
Open at weekends from 15 May to 15 October.

Sanssouci Park
Sanssouci Park comprises an ensemble of palaces and gardens begun in the 18th century under Fredrick the Great and extended under Fredrick William IV in the 19th century. At its centre stands Sanssouci Palace, Fredrick the Great’s summer residence. The park was the point of reference for all subsequent landscaping projects in Potsdam

New Palace Sanssouci
Built by Buering, Manger and Gontard between 1763 and 1769 this is considerd as Fredrick the Great’s most opulent palace. Here you can view the royal apartment, guest apartments, festive halls like the Marble Gallery, Palace Theatre, as well as the Pesne Gallery. We will gladly link a visit to the Palace Theatre with a company event or excursion.
Open all year round (closed on Fridays).

The New Chambers
The Chambers were built as an orangey according to drawings by Knobelsdorff, 1747, and between 1771-1774 converted into a palace by Unger. Discover the guest appartments, the Jasper Room, the Ovid Gallery, marquetry cabinets and historical views of Potsdam.
Open from 1 April to 14 May at weekends; Open from 15 May to 15 October (closed on Mondays).

Chinese House
Built by Buering during 1754-1757, the summer dining room is deemed as an important example of European chinoiserie. The Building's richly gilded elements still inspire many guests today and are always an archetype for contemporary designers.
Open from 15 May to 15 October (closed on Mondays).

Cecilienhof Palace
The palace built by Schultze-Naumburg during 1914-1917, was the apartment of the last Crown Prince William and his wife Cecile, as well as a historic site of the 1945 Potsdam Conference. Visit the rooms where the last crowned pair lived and experience European post-war history and the German division, which are both worth knowing.
Open all year round (closed on Mondays).

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