New Chambers

New Chambers

Where the oranges blossom

– © SPSSG-Leo Seidel

Located right next to Sanssouci Palace, this building started off as an orangery and was converted by Prussian king Frederick the Great in 1771-1774 to serve as a palace for royal guests. The rich furnishings of the late Rococo have survived to this day. Die Neuen Kammern include magnificent ballrooms with precious decoration, while the guest apartments on the western side of the palace contain exquisite inlaid cabinetry.

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Maulbeerallee
14469 Potsdam Umland
Tel.: +49 331 – 969 42 00
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Neue Kammern:

  • € 4 Euro
  • € 3 reduced

Free entry for children up to 7 years

Apr - Oct
Tue - Sun 10.00am - 6.00pm
Nov - Mrchclosed
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