Schloss & Park Sanssouci
This glorious park and palace ensemble is what happens when a king has good taste, plenty of cash and access to the finest architects...
This reconstructed 18th-century Dutch-style windmill contains exhibits about the history of the mill and mill technology, and offers a...
The New Chambers, built by Knobelsdorff in 1748, were originally an orangery and later converted into a guest palace. The interior drips...
Potsdam Zur Historischen Mühle
This vast, tourist-geared restaurant, part of the Mövenpick chain, lures punters with international favourites, a beer garden and a...
An der Orangerie 3-5 · interesting places nearby
Modelled after an Italian Renaissance villa, the 300m-long Orangery Palace (1864) was the favourite building project of Friedrich Wilhelm IV – a passionate Italophile. Its highlight is the Raffaelsaal (Raphael Hall), which brims with 19th-century copies of the famous painter's masterpieces. The greenhouses are still used for storing potted plants in winter.
Note that the observation tower will be closed for renovation until at least April 2018.