Opening Times of the Prussian Palaces - Overview

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Openings to the public holidays

The following palaces are open on public holidays:

2018 | January to October

New Year's Day (from 11 a.m.)

Monday, January 1

  • Sanssouci Palace
  • New Palace
  • Cecilienhof Palace
  • Marble Palace
  • Charlottenburg Palace, Old Palace
  • Charlottenburg Palace, New Wing
  • New Pavillion
  • Schönhausen Palace
  • Caputh Palace
  • Königs Wusterhausen Palace
  • Oranienburg Palace Museum
  • Paretz Palace
  • Rheinsberg Palace
  • Visitor Center Historic Windmill | from 10.30 a.m.
  • Visitor Centrer New Palace | from 10.30 a.m.
Good Friday

Friday, March 30

  • all palaces opened*
Easter Saturday

Saturday, March 31

  • all palaces opened*
Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 1

  • all palaces opened*
Easter Monday

Monday, April 2

  • all palaces opened*

Monday, April 30

  • all palaces opened (except Chinese House)*
1st of May

Tuesday, May 1

  • all palaces opened*
Ascension of Christ

Thursday, May 10

  • all palaces opened*

Sunday, May 11

  • all palaces opened*
Whit Monday

Monday, May 21

  • all palaces opened*
Day of German unity

Wednesday, October 3

  • all palaces opened*
    (except Palace on Peacock Island)
Reformation Day

Wednesday, October 31

  • all palaces opened*
    (except Palace on Peacock Island)

Contact Information for Palace Visitors

SPSG | Visitor's Information

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

SPSG | Group Service
Postfach 60 14 62
14414 Potsdam, Germany
Fax: +49 (0) 331.96 94-107

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.

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* Opened to the public at organized events: Sacrow Palace, Stern Hunting Lodge, Belvedere on Klausberg, Norman Tower on Ruinenberg, Steam Engine Building, Babelsberg Palace