Group Offers Orangery Palace
The powerful Orangery Palace towers upon a ridge not far from the Visitor’s Center at the Historic Windmill. Commissioned by Frederick William IV in 1851–64, the building was based on Italian models. The palace is flanked by two greenhouse wings. The magnificent interiors are largely preserved in their original condition. The Raphael Hall, with the largest assembled collection of copies by the famous Italian master, is of particular renown. The generously laid out terraces in front of the palace lead invitingly into Sanssouci Park.
We offer the following group tour:
- Theatrical Tour Out of Time Editha von Haacke, Lady-in-Waiting to the Queen
Learn more: Out of Time - Theatrical Tours
Highlights of the guided tour: King Frederick’s William IV bedroom, Raphael Hall, Queen Elisabeth’s bedroom
- Orangery Palace with Sanssouci Park
- Exotic Species Go To Sleep for the Winter - guided tour through the Orangery's plant halls (November - March)