Charlottenburg Palace | Large Orangery
Celebrate like a king
In the royal atmosphere of this extraordinary event location in the last remaining Palace of Berlin, Charlottenburg Palace, the amazement of your guests is certain. The special architecture and the picturesque landscape of the gardens, light-flooded ballrooms combined with modern technology, excellent service and a high-class gastronomy concept make your event unique and individual. Celebrate festivals that will be remembered!Where tradition meets modernity, your event becomes an unforgettable experience.
No matter if Product Presentation, Exhibition or Gala Dinner: Your guests will experience a majestic evening in the magnificent setting of this stunning location. In a surrounding of royal atmosphere your special moments receive the ultimate glamour to be kept in mind for a long time.
For information and booking inquiries please contact our contact persons of the company Orangerie Berlin GmbH.
The Large Orangery, which adjoins the Old Palace on the west, was commissioned by King Frederick I in Prussia and built from 1709–12 according to the designs of Johann Friedrich Eosander, as an elongated one-storied Baroque building. The magnificent salon at its center, emphasized by broad, triaxial column arrangements, opens toward both side wings, which have been elegantly decorated in white. Primarily conceived to protect the extensive bitter orange collection of Charlottenburg Palace during the winter months, the Hohenzollern family also used the Large Orangery as a prestigious garden ballroom for balls, receptions and wedding celebrations. After being heavily damaged during World War II, by 1962 the exterior had been restored, and functions and exhibitions were being held again inside the building.