Guided tour for blind and visually impaired visitors
Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace of the Prussian ruling family in Berlin. The Old Palace, built around 1700, and the New Wing, added after 1740, are now accessible as a museum.
With the help of tactile palace models and plans, participants will get an overview of the palace building. They will then visit selected rooms in the New Wing and the banqueting halls of King Frederick the Great. Using various models, the participants also learn about works by the famous French painter Antoine Watteau, who was one of the king's favorite artists.
(Program in German)