Built in the years 1787-1791 by the man who also designed the Brandenburger Tor in Potsdam, the early classicist Marble Palace on the shore of Heiliger See (Holy Lake) was the preferred summer residence of the Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm II (1744-1797). The fine furnishings and wares on exhibit include Wedgewood ceramics. From Potsdam Central Station take tram N°92 or 96 to Reiterweg/Alleestraße, then bus N°603 to Cecilienhof Palace. 
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Open Nov-Mar: Sat, Sun 10:00-16:00 / Open May-Oct Tue-Sun 10:00-17:30; Apr: Sat, Sun 10:00-17:30

Price/Additional Info

Admission € 6 / reduced € 5. Combined Tickets for Marble Palace including Sanssouci Palace (with fixed entry time) and other Potsdam Palaces as New Palace, Picture Gallery, Charlottenhof Palace, Cecilienhof Palace and more are available for online booking € 19 / reduced € 14 (


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