Vacation workshop for children aged 5 and older with Palace Director Dr. Margrit Schulze, SPSG
A popular pastime of courtly society in the 17th and 18th centuries was the mail game. In France - during the reign of Louis XIV - this "ball striking" was the game of the nobility. For this purpose, flat mail courses were laid out, lined with shady avenues. Later, the similarly played "croquet" on the lawn became popular among the people.
Also popular in the 18th century were the game of skittles and the game of blind man's buff, which is still often played today. But where does the name "blind cow" come from? This and much more can be found out by game lovers in the palace and palace garden of Königs Wusterhausen.Translated with DeepL