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.
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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*.
*To visit the Kurt-Tucholsky-Literaturmuseum you will get your entrance time at the museum's cash register.
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