Opening Times of the Prussian Palaces - Overview

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Openings to the public holidays

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

29 March to 1 April, Easter
  • Palaces regularly open
10 April, works meeting
  • all palaces closed
1 May, May Day
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
9 May, Ascension Day
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
10 May, Long Weekend
  • Palaces regularly open
19 May, Whitsunday
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
20 May, Whit Monday
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
3 October, Day of German Unity
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
4 October, Bridge day after the Day of German Unity
  • Opening hours as on weekends
16 October, works meeting
  • all palaces closed
30 October, Bridge day before the Reformation Day
  • Opening hours as on weekends - also Berlin palaces
31 October, Reformation Day (Brandenburg holiday only)
  • Palaces regularly open
  • additional: Steam Engine Building
End of Summer Season
 

Contact Information for Palace Visitors

Our staff at the Visitor Information Center will be glad to advise you on any questions related to your visit to the palaces.

Phone: +49 (0) 331.96 94-200
info(at)spsg.de

Visitor Centre Historic Windmill in Sanssouci Park

An der Orangerie 1
14469 Potsdam

April to October
Tue-Sun 9.30am -5.30pm
November to March
Tue-Sun 9.30am -4.30pm
closed Mondays

Visitor Centre New Palace in Sanssouci Park

Am Neuen Palais 3
14469 Potsdam

April to October
Wed-Mon 10am-5.30pm
November to March
Wed-Mon 10am-4.30pm
closed Tuedays

Contact for groups

Are you planning a visit to the palaces and gardens as a group? Our Group Services staff is available to help with your reservations and bookings.

SPSG | Gruppenservice
Fax: 0331.96 94-107

Or use our Contact Form »

Related links

Information on Annual and Day Passes, Combined Tickets and Reduced Admissions »