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Britz Castle, built in 1706, is a magnificent manor house that has had many noble owners. The most famous was Count von Hertzberg, Prussian court official and minister of state under Frederick William II. Under his leadership, the Britz estate became a model of modern agriculture.

Listed as a historic monument since 1971, the estate was renovated in the 1980s and the park was reconstructed. The museum houses a permanent exhibition on Berlin's residential culture of the Gründerzeit. Changing special exhibitions attract visitors from near and far.

The large open-air stage and the modern culture stable invite to concerts, operas and films. Different events take place on the farm, for example apple festival, sumer festival, medieval festival, Christmas market. Next to the castle park there is an open-air area with native domestic animals.

Carriage rides are offered as a special highlight.

The Neukölln Museum and the Paul Hindemith Neukölln Music School are also located on the grounds.

Additional information
Time slot tickets for the exhibitions at Schloss Britz can be booked online or by phone.