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Rheinsberg Palace Travel Guide

Schloss Rheinsberg (© schneiderpics -
Schloss Rheinsberg.


Originally a moated medieval castle Schloss Rheinsberg was reconstructed in 1566 in Renaissance style. King Frederick William I of Prussia acquired it in 1734, and bestowed it to his 22-year-old son, the future Frederick the Great. The crown prince spent four years here, extending and remodelling the castle in the so-called Frederician Rococo style, which was to culminate in Sanssouci. Frederick described his years in Rheinsberg as the happiest of his life.

Opening Hours & Admission

The palace is open all year round, daily (except Mondays) from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (to 5:00 pm from November to March).

Admission is 6 € for adults, 5 € for concessions in the high season (April to October), and 4 € / 3 € in the low season. It includes an audioguide (available in German and English).

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