The Hunting Depot at Grunewald Hunting Lodge

Court Society and the Hunt

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Further information

Frederick the Great closed the royal hunting lodge located in Berlin’s Friedrichswerder quarter (now Berlin-Mitte) in 1765 and opened the hunting depot at Grunewald Hunting Lodge in 1770. The king, who had little interest in hunting, also had hunting equipment from Liebenwalde, Oranienburg, and Spandau transported to the Grunewald site, where an extensive depot with wagons, canvas barriers, nets, and more was established. Wooden hooks on the ceiling still recall this use. Hunting weapons, however, were not stored here, but at the armories.

The hunting depot was in service until use of the imperial hunting grounds was discontinued in 1904. Subsequently the building was variously used, among other things as a horse stable and wagon shed, and by a mounted police unit in the 1920s.
In early 1977, the hunting collection was reopened to the public, focusing on an extensive, excellent-quality collection of some one hundred wheel-lock weapons that had been moved for safety from the former armory on Unter den Linden to the western half of Berlin during World War II.

Following German Reunification the wheel-lock weapons were returned to the armory, and the hunting depot in Grunewald was thoroughly reorganized. Supplementing the exhibition at the palace, it now presents the history of the courtly hunt in Brandenburg-Prussia and its most common forms. Archaeological discoveries from the former moats around the Hunting Lodge also illustrate the site’s construction history.

Permanent exhibition

Address

Grunewald Hunting Lodge [Jagdschloss Grunewald]
Hüttenweg 100 (am Grunewaldsee)
14193 Berlin

How to get there

Public Transportation

Stop "Königin-Luise-Str./Clayallee (Berlin)" + ca. 1200m Fußweg

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Parking

Very limited parking (Hüttenweg / Parking Forsthaus Paulsborn).

Opening Hours

Summer Season | April to October
Valid: 01.04.2020 - 31.10.2020
Monday closed
Tuesday  - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:30
Winter Season | November / December
Valid: 01.11.2020 - 31.12.2020
Monday  - Friday: closed
Saturday  / Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00

Last admission: 30 minutes before closing

On public holidays, weekend opening hours apply unless otherwise stated.

Admission Prices

3 EUR / reduced rate 2 EUR (included in the entrance Hunting Depot and Armory (Jagdzeugmagazin))
Grunewald Hunting Lodge / Hunting Depot and Armory (Jagdzeugmagazin) Combined Ticket: 6 EUR / reduced rate 5 EUR

Valid for one day.

Contact

Kathrin  Külow
Schlossbereichsleiterin
Jagdzeugmagazin am Jagdschloss Grunewald
Hüttenweg 100 (am Grunewaldsee)
14193 Berlin
schloss-grunewald@spsg.de
Phone: 030.8 13 35 97