Königs Wusterhausen Palace & Park

The Fall Residence of the Soldier King

Since he was a boy, King Frederick William I, Prussia’s “Soldier King,” had loved Wusterhausen. It was here that he planned and prepared for his reign, developed new ideas for a well-organized and economical administration, and started to assemble a sizable army, whose soldiers became known as the “Lange Kerls” (tall men).

Later, Frederick William I would spend August to November here with his family – the happiest of times for him – and made Königs Wusterhausen Palace his fall residence. It was from here that he performed his sovereign duties and indulged his great passion for hunting. In the evenings, he would summon his famous “Tobacco Club” to discuss politics in a convivial setting peppered with bawdy jokes.

Today this predominantly 16th century building provides visitors with an authentic impression of the environment and artistic pursuits in Brandenburg-Prussia during the first half of the 18th century. Forty works of art painted by the king have their own special appeal.

Together with Charlottenburg, the grounds of Königs Wusterhausen Palace represent the earliest examples of French Baroque gardens in the style of André Le Nôtre in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. The fundamental Baroque structure of the garden has been fully restored and harmonizes with elements remaining from its design in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Parkordnung für den Schlossgarten Königs Wusterhausen

Bitte helfen Sie mit, den Schlossgarten Königs Wusterhausen als Ort der Kultur und Erholung zu erhalten!

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Königs Wusterhausen Palace & Park
Schlossplatz 1
D-15711 Königs Wusterhausen

How to get there


Eingeschränkt, bis zu zehn PKW-Parkplätze

Opening Hours

November / December

Valid 01.11.2017 - 31.12.2017
Monday - Friday: closed
Saturday/ Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

January – March

Valid 02.01.2018 - 29.03.2018
Monday - Friday: closed
Saturday/ Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00

April – October

Valid 30.03.2018 - 31.10.2018
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:30

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

Can be viewed with a guided tour.

Overview of opening hours and holidays »

Admission Prices / Group Offers

Single Ticket

Price: 6.00 € reduced: 5.00 €

Mark Brandenburg Palaces Family Ticket

Valid for a single visit to one of the Mark Brandenburg palaces: Caputh, Königs Wusterhausen, Oranienburg or Paretz (not valid for Rheinsberg Palace) on one day.
Valid for up to 2 adults and up to 4 children (aged 18 or younger).

Price: 12.00 €

Annual Pass for the Palaces

Valid for all SPSG palaces open to the public incl. special exhibitions, for one year after date of issue (except Sacrow Palace, Stern Hunting Lodge; in the Belvedere on Potsdam’s Pfingstberg, ticket owners are granted the reduced rate). Including discounts in museum shops and selected restaurants. Non-transferable. On sale at all palace registers and visitor centers.

Price: 60.00 € reduced: 40.00 €

Photo Permit for the Palaces

Valid for one day for all palaces.
Only for private use. Not for publication.
No flash, no tripods.

Price: 3.00 €

Contact & Booking

Dr. Margrit Schulze

Managing Director
Königs Wusterhausen Palace
Schlossplatz 1
15711 Königs Wusterhausen, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 3375.2 11 70-0
Fax: +49 (0) 3375.2 11 70-2
SPSG | Group Service
Postfach 60 14 62
14414 Potsdam, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 331.96 94-222
Fax: +49 (0) 331.96 94-107


Unfortunately, the exhibition rooms are not accessible for wheelchair users.

For conservation reasons, it is unfortunately not possible to use prams / baby strollers in the exhibition rooms.

Upcoming Events

  • Was bunte Röcke sagen

    Vortrag mit Prof. Dr. Kloosterhuis, Direktor des Geheimen Staatsarchivs Preußischer Kulturbesitz a. D.

    28.01.2018 11:00

  • Durch die Lappen gegangen

    Führung zur Jagd

    17.02.2018 14:00

  • Schlosskonzerte Königs Wusterhausen

    Eine Konzertlesung mit Hans-Jürgen Schatz und Gerlint Böttcher

    17.02.2018 15:00

  • Geselligkeit und Genuss

    Vortrag: Moderner „Gesellschafter“ & eigenwilliger Genießer

    25.02.2018 11:00

  • Schloss Kossenblatt – ein französisches Schloss in der Mark Brandenburg?

    Vortrag mit Dr. Stefanie Leibetseder, Kunsthistorikerin

    11.03.2018 11:00

  • Von Haselanten und Osterhasen

    Führung für Familien mit Kindern ab 5 Jahren

    01.04.2018 11:00