Group Offers Rheinsberg Palace & Park
As crown prince, Frederick the Great spent the happiest time of his life at Rheinsberg, where he created a court of muses from 1736–40. After Frederick ascended the throne, his brother Prince Henry of Prussia took over the palace and park, carrying on the tradition of the court of muses in a grand style. A tradition of music, opera and theater has been continued at the palace by the Musikakademie and the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg up through the present day. Picturesquely located on a lake called the Grienericksee, and surrounded by one of the most beautiful landscape gardens in Germany, Rheinsberg is one of the most attractive trip destinations in Brandenburg. Numerous works of art adorn the palace interiors, inviting visitors on a journey into the era of the 18th century. The original interior decoration from the Frederician period (c. 1740), as well as the early classical room settings created under Prince Henry (c. 1786), could be regained through extensive restoration work. Combined together with the paintings and works of decorative arts on display, they provide impressions of the styles of décor, the attitudes towards life and the collecting activities of the former owners. The Kurt Tucholsky Literaturmuseum also resides in the palace.
We offe the following group tours:
- Rheinsberg Palace and Park
Highlights of the guided tour: the Hall of Mirrors, the Knight's Hall, the Prince Heinrich's Bedroom and the Park
- Rheinsberg Palace without Park
- Rheinsberg Palace with audio guide (April - October)