Oranienbaum Palace and Garden
Get to know a little piece of Holland in the heart of Germany by visiting the Dutch-inspired ensemble of town, palace and park. Oranienbaum Palace, centrepiece of the Baroque architectural ensemble, was once built as widow's-seat and summer residence of Princess Henriette Catharina of Orange-Nassau. The adjoining palace garden is a beautiful landscape garden in the 18th century Anglo-Chinese style with Pagoda and Tea House.
„China in the Garden Kingdom“
May – September 2016
Saturdays at 11am
Meeting point: shop
Tour fee: 7,50 €
(registration in Oranienbaum Palace)
Exhibition in the Tobacco Collegium
Collection on the history of tobacco growing in this region
Opening times: see opening hours of the Palace
Admission included in the admission to Oranienbaum Palace
1 May – 3 October 2016
Tue – Sun, holidays 10am – 5pm
6,00 € incl. admission to Tobacco Collegium
Because of the natural environment the park is almost fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please note that for some park areas help could be needed.