Group Offers Marble Palace
William II had the New Garden designed as an English landscape park and had the Marble Palace built on the bank of the lake called the Heiliger See. The highpoint of Prussian Neoclassicism can be experienced at the Marble Palace, whose interiors have recently been completely restored. The palace is richly decorated and designed with sumptuous materials. Of particular note are the fireplaces, which Frederick William II had purchased for him in Italy. The small chambers paneled with exotic woods and the Middle Eastern Cabinet, which appears like the interior of a Turkish tent, are particularly worth mentioning. One of the most important collections of Wedgwood ceramics in Germany can be admired on the fireplace mantels.
We offer the following group tours:
- Marble Palace and New Garden
Highlights of the guided tour: Stair Hall, Study Room, Bedroom
- Guided Park tour New Garden