When Frederick the Great was still crown prince he spent the happiest days of his life at Rheinsberg. His younger brother, Prince Henry of Prussia, transformed Rheinsberg into a leading center of artistic endeavor and a court of muses. Henry’s choice of the early Neoclassical style had a lasting effect on the design of the palace and garden.
Theodor Fontane memorialized this location in his Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg, and a few decades later Kurt Tucholsky also chose Rheinsberg as a charming backdrop for a carefree love story. It is a rare visitor who can resist this palace’s charm. No other place can compete with Rheinsberg’s delightfully scenic location on the banks of Grienickersee.
The 2G rule applies when visiting the palaces and the Visitor's Center.
This means that access to the palaces is only possible with a vaccination or recovery certificate, which must be digitally verifiable. Please show your digitally readable certificate together with a valid photo ID at the entrance control on site.
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The admission tickets can be purchased for the time being with visit dates until 28 February 2022.
Valid for a single visit of Rheinsberg House (including Kurt-Tucholsky-Literaturmuseum*)
10.00 € / reduced rate 7.00 €
Including audio guide available in the stable at the register
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Valid for up to 2 adults and up to 4 children aged between 7 and 18 and entitles its holder to a single visit of Rheinsberg House including Kurt-Tucholsky-Literaturmuseum*.
Further admission times are available at the palace register.
*To visit the Kurt-Tucholsky-Literaturmuseum you will get your entrance time at the museum's cash register.
No rebooking or returns (see General Terms & Conditions)
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