Berlin

Schloss Cecilienhof

Twentieth-century history was made here in August 1945 when Stalin, Truman and Attlee decided the future of postwar Germany. This half-timber mansion in British Tudor style sits between two lakes in the New Garden and was finished in 1917. Awarded as European Cultural Heritage Cecilienhof Palace will host a special exhibition on the 75th anniversary of the Potsdam Conference in 2020. In the same park, just 10 min walking distance, is the Marble Palace. From Potsdam Central Station take tram N°92 or 96 to Reiterweg/Alleestraße, then bus N°603 to Cecilienhof Palace.

Tram stop

S Potsdam Hbf

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Open

Open 10:00-18:00. Closed Mon.
Open Nov-Mar, Tue-Sun, 10:00-16:30 / Apr-Oct, Tue-Sun, 10:00-17:30

Price/Additional Info

Admission € 10 / reduced € 7 Combined Tickets for Cecilienhof Palace including Marble Palace and Sanssouci Palace (with fixed entry time) as well as other Potsdam Palaces as New Palace, Picture Gallery, Charlottenhof Palace and more are available for online booking € 21 / reduced € 16 (tickets.spsg.de) Special Exhibition (1 May -31 November 2020) € 14 / reduced € 10 (with fixed time slot) available via tickets.spsg.de

Events at this venue

Every Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 10:00–17:30
Potsdam Conference 1945 - Shaping The World

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