Rheinsberg Palace | Hall of Mirrors
Located on the upper floor of the northern side wing, the Hall of Mirrors, also known as the Great Hall, is an impressive testament to the art of interior decoration of early Frederician Rococo. The magnificent, light-filled hall, decorated with lavishly gilded stuccowork and an opulent fresco by the Prussian court painter Antoine Pesne, spans the entire length of the building. The cheerful playfulness of this room, which Crown Prince Frederick used as a concert hall, gives us some idea of the legendary festive culture of the Rococo period.
Rheinsberg Palace’s Hall of Mirrors is a unique venue for singularly stylish events.