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Stiftung Preußische Schlösser
und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
Besucherzentrum an der
Historischen Mühle
(Visitors' Centre
at the historical windmill)
An der Orangerie 1
14469 Potsdam

Postal address
Postfach 60 14 62
14414 Potsdam

Opening times
Visitors' centre
1 April – 31 October:
open daily,  8.30-18.00
1 November – 31 March:
open daily, 8.30-17.00

Visitors' services
Tel. +49(0)331 96 94 200
Fax +49(0)331 9694 107
besucherzentrum@spsg.de

Website
www.spsg.de

Palaces and parks
(with information on getting there)

in Berlin

Schloss Charlottenburg
Jagdschloss Grunewald
Schloss Glienicke
Pfaueninsel       
Schloss Schönhausen    

Potsdam park landscape
- Schloss und Park Sanssouci
- Neue Kammern
- Bildergalerie
     
- Neues Palais       
- Schloss Charlottenhof          
- Römische Bäder    
Neuer Garten
Marmorpalais
Schloss Cecilienhof           
Schloss und Park Babelsberg
Schloss Sacrow

Palaces of Brandenburg
Schloss Caputh
Schloss Königs Wusterhausen
Schloss Paretz
Schloss Rheinsberg
Schlossmuseum Oranienburg


Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg

Prussian palaces and historical landscape architecture

The Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
(SPSG; Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg) maintains the most beautiful and important landmarks of the artistic, cultural and architectural history of Brandenburg-Prussia. Four centuries
of magnificent palaces and historical landscape architecture whisk
visitors away on a vibrant journey back in time and through history – from the Baroque to the early twentieth century.
The world-famous Hohenzollern royal palaces of Sanssouci (Potsdam) and of Charlottenburg (Berlin) are among the more than thirty SPSG palace museums open to the public. The Mark palaces Rheinsberg, Oranienburg, Königs Wusterhausen, Paretz and Caputh offer ideal destinations for outings into the state of Brandenburg.
In the nineteenth century, the landscape architect Peter Joseph Lenné joined the Potsdam parks into a continuous landscape garden stretching from Sanssouci to Berlin’s Pfaueninsel (peacock island). This unique ensemble was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1990.



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