Group Offers Königs Wusterhausen Palace
Königs Wusterhausen Palace was one of Frederick William I’s (the “Soldier King”) favorite locations in Prussia. The Renaissance palace, which arose from a medieval castle, served Frederick William as a hunting retreat and residence. At Königs Wusterhausen, Frederick William I developed his plans for reforms and began to build up his infantry regiment, the “Lange Kerls” (Long Guys). The “Tobacco Club” that the king called together each night was legendary. It consisted of a circle from the military that provided “comical counsel,” who casually debated questions of politics, ethics and religion.
We offer the following group tour:
- Königs Wusterhausen Palace
Highlights of the guided tour: the "Tobacco Club" Room, the Queen's Bedroom, the Banquet Hall
- Special Tour: The Ones that got away, all about hunting at Königs Wusterhausen Palace