Prussian Palaces & Gardens in Berlin, Potsdam and Brandenburg
Travel back in time to the brilliant era of the Prussian kings and queens
More than 30 palaces and gardens in Berlin and Brandenburg invite visitors to go on lively time travels back into the brilliant era of the Prussian kings and queens. Testimonies to the accomplished architecture and landscape gardening in Prussia, they have largely belonged to the UNESCO World Heritage since 1991. Their paradisiacal beauty is in keeping with their sobriquet “Prussian Arcadia.”
Among these are the world renowned Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam and Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.
The Combined Tickets sanssouci+ and charlottenburg+ can be purchased online from the comfort of your home. You’ll also be automatically assigned a fixed admission time slot for viewing Sanssouci Palace (sanssouci+) or Charlottenburg Palace (charlottenburg+) – and avoid waiting in line at the palace registers!
Information regarding SARS-CoV-2
Due to the new federal and state (Berlin and Brandenburg) regulations aimed to limit new infections of the coronavirus, all palaces must remain closed until further notice.
Selected palaces open from May, 12 at the earliest.
The historical gardens and parks will remain open.