In the Schlosspark, west of the carp pond, the neoclassical Mausoleum (1810) was conceived as the final resting place of Queen Luise but...
Returning from a trip to Italy, Friedrich Wilhelm III (r 1797-1848) commissioned Schinkel to design a summer refuge modelled on a villa...
Also known as the Nering-Eosander Building after its two architects, this is the central, and oldest, section of the palace and fronted...
Berliner Residenz Konzerte
There are not too many worthy eating options right by Schloss Charlottenburg, but this congenial brewpub is the go-to place for solid –...
Lonely Planet review
This pint-size palace with the distinctive cupola got its start in 1788 as a teahouse for Friedrich Wilhelm II. Here he enjoyed reading, listening to chamber music and holding spiritual sessions with fellow members of the mystical Order of the Rosicrucians. These days, the late-rococo vision by Carl Gotthard Langhans makes an elegant backdrop for porcelain masterpieces by the royal manufacturer KPM.