Babelsberg Park – Coach Parking Area
Information regarding SARS-CoV-2
Plan your visit: During museums visits, all official health protection regulations apply (SARS-CoV-2 “Containment Regulations”). Please take note of on-site signs and markers as well as of instructions from staff in order to comply with the hygiene and distance regulations. The maximum number of visitors is limited. Disinfection options are available. Wearing protection over one’s mouth and nose (e.g. a mask) is mandatory. In case of being exempted from the compulsory use of a mouth and nose cover, you are required to wear a visor.
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Flatow Tower is based on the tower of Eschenheimer Gate Tower in Frankfurt am Main, and was built from 1853–56 by the architect Johann August Strack. Intended as a private retreat, it was erected in a particularly preeminent location in Babelsberg Park at the behest of the future emperor, William I. The coach parking area, somewhat hidden to the east next to Flatow Tower, was used to turn around and park the royal coaches until 1888. Its elevated location affords an excellent view of the park and cultural landscape of Potsdam, making this an attractive and unusual venue for holding a variety of events.
Flatow Tower in Babelsberg Park
Park Babelsberg 12
How to get there
Stop "Potsdam, Schloss Babelsberg", "Potsdam, Alt Nowawes" + ca. 1500m Fußweg
A limited number of parking spaces is available in the vicinity of the palace.
- Location of use
- Open Air
- Type of use
- Ca. 250 qm
- Number of persons
Geeignet für bis zu 60 Personen
Equipment and Service
Behindertengerechte Toiletten befinden sich neben dem Schloss Babelsberg.
Anlieferung nach Absprache möglich.
Catering ist möglich. Der Caterer ist in Abstimmung mit der Stiftung frei wählbar.
Prizes and Usagetimes
Kulturelle Einrichtungen mit staatlicher Förderung sowie die Länder Berlin und Brandenburg erhalten Sonderkonditionen.
- wheelchair access with assistance