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Group offers 2018
Have a look and see the flat rates for groups 2018 here.
Please note the changed opening times for 2018. Our team for group services looks forward to your bookings, the booking chanels are open now.
MAY IT BE A BIT MORE DETAILED? YOU'RE WELCOME! We kindly present all offers available to groups: detailed, clear and up-to-date. The unlimited, virtual space permits us to introduce the lesser known "pearls" hidden within the Prussian palace landscapes – and to completely expand the diverse repertoire.
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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