Information for tour operators and group travel business
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Group offers 2019 - Now online!
Focus on group prices for 2019
Prices need an informative framework! That is why we are putting the group price list 2019 into today's picture. The first and most important announcement: the 2019 prices are now online. Moreover, this is followed immediately by a reference; there are a number of changes compared to previous years.
This requires a little bit of your appreciated attention. It was high time to put the product portfolio for groups to the test. Which programs are of particular interest to the visitors, does the duration of the guided tours still correspond to the needs of the program trips and does it need new offers?
No sooner said than done! We have shortened the program duration of various group tours, said goodbye to programs and introduced short programs for groups with audio guide in four other Palaces. From 2019, groups can now book a short guided tour with audio guide in the Palace of Sanssouci, the New Palace, the Picture Gallery and the New Chambers (each in Potsdam). We have been offering these tours at Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin and Cecilienhof Palace, Potsdam for some time.
In addition, another word: from 2019 we will no longer make a distinction between winter and summer prices. The prices are adjusted to one level. We have not made any price changes since 2011. That is a long time. The economic conditions, not only for cultural institutions, have changed significantly since then. In short, it was time to correct group prices.
Learn more: Flat rates for groups 2019
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MAY IT BE A BIT MORE DETAILED? YOU'RE WELCOME!
We kindly present all offers available to groups: detailed, clear and up-to-date.
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Beautiful in every detail - The Audience and Dining Room at Sanssouci Palace
Sanssouci Palace is without a question a must for every visit to Potsdam. No other Palace is so connected with the personality of Frederick the Great. During a guided tour, visitors are immersed in the philosopher's world.
Enjoy with us a small view into the audience and dining room, which as a relatively small and intimate room is the first room of the royal apartment of Sanssouci Palace. The numerous paintings, whose gilded frames stand out effectively against the background of the pale purple silk damask, determine the character of the room. Almost the entire collection of paintings in this room has been preserved from the 18th century.
You and your customers can only experience this world in detail on site! Stories & first-hand information are given during a guided tour. If you prefer it more individual and at your own pace, take the audio guide!
Yeah, that's right! Group tours with audio guides are quite new. And not only in Sanssouci Palace. From 2019, groups can book an audio-guided tour of the Palace of Sanssouci, the New Palace, the Picture Gallery and the New Chambers. In Cecilienhof Palace and Charlottenburg Palace we have been offering this for some time.
Learn more: Group offers Sanssouci Palace
Kaiserdämmerung – The Twilight of an Empire The New Palace between the Monarchy and the Weimar Republic, 1918 – 1927
A process that took several years, in which the property of the former royal dynasty was separated from that of the state, began with the end of the Prussian monarchy in November 1918. Central points of the negotiations were the allocation of properties and works of art, as well as the dissolution of the court. Shortly after the enactment of a law passed to this effect, the “Preußische Verwaltung der Staatlichen Schlösser und Gärten” (Prussian Administration of the State Palaces and Gardens) was founded on April 1, 1927. It became responsible for making a variety of palaces situated between Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) and Wiesbaden, as well as between Breslau (now Wrocław) and Koblenz, into museums.
The exhibition Kaiserdämmerung – The Twilight of an Empire. The New Palace between the Monarchy and the Weimar Republic, 1918 – 1927, shown at an authentic location, commemorates this important, publicly experienced transformation in German history – when the emperor’s private palaces became museums for everyone. Even during World War I, the New Palace in Potsdam remained the preferential residence of the emperor and his wife, Augusta Victoria. It then became a main stage for the transition from the monarchy to the Weimar Republic as a result of the November Revolution in 1918 – made visible and experiencable to a broad public.
Special exhibition commemorating the end of the monarchy 100 years ago
from June 16 - November, 12 2018.
Learn more: group offers exhibition Kaiserdämmerung/The Twilight of an Empire The New Palace